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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Uniform Title: Bradford County Telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke, Fla.
Starke Fla
Publication Date: January 30, 1920
Frequency: weekly
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Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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VOLUME FORTY.ONE STARKE, FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY. 1920. NUMBER THIRTY-ONE I
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r DEATH OF DAVID WILLS NO CAUSE TO BE ALARMED i f MIDNIGHT MARRIAGE: DEATH OF SAMUEL CHURCH ILL '

AT THE FLU SAYS UR. GREEN National Guard CompanyHas ,

Well Known Young Man Passed Away Gainesville; l'Alitor"It.ld.* lip llachci Lawtey, Jan. :30.--Although not unexpected -

Friday at Gainesville No Cause to Feel that it Will Reach 'i: lorhood in Slnrkei I the community was shocked

Stage it Did Last Year Been Organized Here Tuesday, Jan. 20, when it was learned ;
f4 David Francis Wills, youngest son I that Mr. Samuel It!. Churchill had '
of Judge and Mrs. J. T. Wills, died at l I I i About 1 a. m. Monday, the 2<>th !Mr. died at his home in
04: 000000e 1.00v East Lawtey at
04)J i Cherrystreet
his home A. O. Andreu, who lives on / ( ,
in Gainesville Friday, 23rd 0 vr Recruiting for the Starke military R., Peeples, Charles W., Perkins, Warren was awakened from his 2 o'clock p. m. .

+ bronchial inst., the cause of his death being r 4@ Dr. Ralph N. Greene, state 4> company is going merrily on. Monday E., Palmer, Willie, Peek, JulianL. slumbers. lie quickly donned peaceful his It will be remembered that a fewweeks .*,

pneumonia.The 'a> health officer, has instructed all <> night was rainy and cold and it was clothes and went to the front door. ago Mr. Churchill was seriously

remains were brought by train I *> health officers to immediately not expected that there would be a Ricks, Henry, Ritch, Herbert C., Opening It ho found a gentleman ill from heart trouble for several -
young
to Starke Sunday forenoon, in chargeof <$> quarantine influenza cases. It is meeting yet the boys attended and Rigdon, Arthur. wearing a hunted expression anda days, and from which he partially recovered 1

Mr. R. McClellan, a Gainesville undertaker *> the duty of any person knowing no lefts than twelve new members were Sullivan, James E., Stalling, Benjamin young lady wearing furs and veil and resumed his work as us

who upon arrival here deliv. 0 of a case of influenza to report *> added, and they came up voluntarily J., Starling, Addie A., Stearns, lie soon recognized! the gentleman as ual. lie wa able to be up until the

ered them to DeWitt C. Jones, the local <> it promptly to the proper health $> without any solicitation. This makes Frank Stearns, Fred G., Sullivan, his old 'friend, Elmer W. McCreary, day before he died, when he was confined

funeral director. *' officer, and likewise physicians 85 men so far. A full company con Clarence G., Sweat, Fred, Struth, Wil. of Gainesville. Mr. McCreary. in. the to his bed. lie was consciousto

The remain were accompanied to, 1 treating for this disease are required .*> tains 100 men, and the fifteen lackingwill liam G., Sapp! Green L. editor of the Gainesville Daily News, the last

Starke by a large partj"l prominent 0 to report each case at once be supplied before February 9th, Traxler, John G., Tompkins, WillieE. and with the same brevity he uses In the passing of :Mr. Churchill this

Ih young men of Gainesville who had 0 4 when a Federal inspection will take. ., Turner! Frank L. when writing an item five minutes bathe ,- community loses one of its oldest cit

been friends of the deceased. Among 00 00000vr0000000 place. Wall, Harold C. last forms of his arc locked izens and his pieaencu will be missed

these were, R. L. Gibson E. A. Bethel Influenza is in Florida, but in such The commissioned officers of the Yates, Allen. he stated I that ho and paper his fair companion ., not only! at his home but on the ktreets
A. A. Stalls, S. C. Weaver, E. E. elected Monday night. of Lawle)'.
were
mild form and in widely scattered areas company At the meeting' nt'xtIonday! night wished, to be married as soon as
Whiting, Carter Watts, E. ,W. Mc- that there should be no undue They are: the non-coms will be appointed and possible, and as lie was not acquaintedin Mr. Churchill was bOlT In Bethlehem -

Creary, M. G. String-follow, George alarm, according to information from Captain, DeWitt C. Jones. we will give their names and rank in Starke, wanted Mr. Andreu to take Coot, July 14, 1823.: nearly 97 !

Patterson, Roy Manassee, G. M. the state health office. For a periodof First Lieutenant, Archibald Thomas our next issue. It is hoped enoughnew them to an officer who could performthe years ago, and was one of right children -

Strickland and Mr.'Bcasley. twenty-four hours Second Lieutenant, William Wain- members will join at the next ceremony of whom he was the last to pass r
A long cortege of automobiles fill- ending Sundayat wright. to the Groat lleyond. He married Mws
meeting to make the full
noon, 159 cases were reported, with company The caller had como to Starkr by
ed with sorrowing relatives of the deceased Enlisted Men strength.The Elizabeth: Burton, also of Bethlehemat +
two deaths. For the automobile, and !Mr. Andreu entered
same period
and friends of the family who Andreu, Ira W., Altman, Pearlie P., adjutant general much pleased Woodbury, Conn., Oct. 4, 1849. Five
twelve cases of pneumonia have been the car.with them und piloted, themto
wished to their last Ashbrook, Kelly Alvarez Eurney children were born to tht-m two of
} pay respects, \ with the record progress made in ,
reported with four deaths.Dr. the farm of County Judge Ge<>. A.
ranged themselves behind the hearseon Andreu, George A. getting this company This will whom are now living, Mrs. Emma: Ha.
Ralph N. Greene, state health up < aldillt'r.Ir.! Gardiner
the to Crosby Bessent William A. Jr. Booth Clar- was sweetlydreaming irvrdorn, of, Plpestone' Minn.
way cemetery.The be seen by the following letter to and C.
officer, states that the situation is in that all the cotton boll weevils

pallbearers here were Messrs, ence, Bryant, Joseph. Captain Jones: I II. Churchill, of Jacksonville.Mr. I
no wise alarming but that there is bad been exterminated when thebarking
:h' A. Z. Adkins, J. E. Futch, A. S. Crewe, no means of determining how Crawford, Thomas C., Crawford, Jan. 2fl, 1S>:20. of his fox hounds awakenedhim Churchill moved to Illinois with
Everett M. Johns, members of the local / severe Lonnie, Crawford William his family before there was rail
the epidemic be. from Zary, Crosby, DeWitt C. Junes, Starke, Florida. and he heard voice him. any ,
Judging calling
bar, and J. M. Alvarez and J. II. the may R., Crosby, Frank G., Cano, Organization N. G. lie a roads west of the Mississippi" river and I
of influenza
dressed down
reports went and tho
epidemics opened
Ritch. Rev. J. C. Diggs, of the First elsewhere a gradual increase be Frank[ A., Canova, Harry L., Canova, It IK with great satisfaction that door Mr. Andreu introduced, the helped to build 1110 miles of railroad

I Methodist church of Starke, conduct. may Paul E. Jr., Clark, Everett, Cox, this office notes the report of Capl. to him one summer, which Is now part of the y ,
expected in the number of cases each strangers and Mr. !McCreary
ed the obsequies. day. It is also probable Dr. Greene Grover C., Cooler, Charles R., Colley, H. C. ,"" Dolim\ Q. M. C., on the organization asked for" marriage license that Illinois Central railway. They moved
Carr C. to I.awley In 18N!) and located past
The
l occasion
was especially solemn of unit National
your
added, that the epidemic, even though would atuhorizo: the union of himselfwith of
and touching on account of the great mild, will extend over a period of Deal Brooks, Dees, Curtis M., Darby Guard of Florida.In Miss Virginia C. Ridlon. After town.
The
grief of the father, mother and widowof John M.Edwards view of the fact that your town funeral services were held at
F from four to six weeks. ; asking the customary questions, the
the deceased but Mr. Diggs per- Lacy R., Epperson, Wm. hall responded so splendidly on such judge hunted a license blank und his late home and the burial took place

formed his difficult office in a masterly Consultations were being held Sun J. Jr., Edwards, Theodore I short notice, it is deemed advisableto filled it out. up at KinKxIey lake cemetery by the side
day with officials of several railwaysfor Finley, Eugene, Forsyth Bertie C. I of Ms wife, who'died In Juno, 1889! !
4i manner, and his words of consolation continue your active recruiting both Why it wan that Mr. McCreary did v J
and the purpose of securing more day Green Teddy, George, Melvin M., from! Injuries received In a
his inspiration of hope went : in and around your city until you have not ask Judgv Gardiner to runaway
'r coaches on trains for the accommodation Green, Nelson T. Griflis Orville J. marry them I accident. The services were conducted
,A to the hearts of the sorrowing ones the necessary 100 men By accomplishing then and there, is not known, but they
of local travelers. It was sug- Harris Richard Harnagc Anderson by Rev. H. C. Taylor, of t&
;t and cheered them. : the entire work before your m'ade. their pastor
hastily for
departure ,
The gifts of flowers from friends In gested by Dr. Greene that apparentlythe Hornhby! < Russell E. inspection, you will have set an exam. Stnikv und stopped' In front of Col. iruce M. E. church and was a faithful
needs of Pullman car passengers Johns E. Jones Newn Ernest; Boycr, pastor of the
Perry I-awtey
Gainesville
and Starke were bountifuland pie as the first company to bo complete A, Z. Adkins' homo on North Walnut
were beautiful tokens of the esteem was receiving attention to a degree Johns, Carl, Johns, Calvin R., Johns, when inspected which will certainly street." After diligent ringing of the Baptist. church. n
le which threatened the comfort, safety Allen M. The deceased! was. a member of '
in which the givers held the departed | be a credit to you and to door
bell Col. Atlkin opened it und ,
I one. Especially beautiful were and welfare of citizens of Florida, who Kite, Willie A.. Kuhl Walter, Kuhl, I Starke. was made acquainted with the naturn Grace M. Efl church end was a faithful \ .
usually travel only short distances and Victor W. Kite Perry K. attendant until a few when ."
the pieces pent by the Gainesville Bar years ago
This oMlce will of the cull. He
appreciate a reportfrom being a notary public' ,
t Association and the men in some cases under conditions of Lewis, Granville K., Lewis, Earl, his hearing breams Impuiu'd, and ev. .
young time to time tied and
staling thin hard
your progress knot fast. This wan
friends of the deceased crowding in day couches with too little Long, Thomas T. I er c since he would go whenever he '
as well ns your opinion all to the about, 2 o cln 1'k a. in.
lj room for passengers to find a sufficient Manning, Smith Muitt William A. ( I could.
David Francis Wills was born in .
prospect and your wishes in the matter With a deep nigh of relief the groom,
number of scats. Request is being Moore M. McRae Russell S. HIM niiinyfriendH extend their heartfelt
Lloyd ,
Starke August 12, 1895. lie moved of assistance from this office. thanked Mr. Andreu for his trouble,
+ with his parents to Gainesville about made that railway officials be invested McRae, Barney E* McKinney, Coat. sympathy to the relatives.
p and the nuked their friend
You count on the heartiest cooperation happy' pair
with the police authority of the M. may Card of Thank
7 About four Bey
years ago. years ago to step into the car so they could bring
he man'it'dIisB! Minnie Crown of state board of health under a plan Norman, Tullie, Newmans, Mertie! hors We take thin. method of extendingur
41. him buck hill home. After
f Rocky Point. No children wercborn whereby all white train and railway STewmans, Truby. SIDNEY J. CATTS, JR., to a hearty sincere thanks to all who so kind.
farewell, intended return to
to
they
to them. I station employes may cause the immediate Prevail, Joseph W., Prevail, Jas. Adjutant General. ly UHsiiltPit during the illncHH und deathof
i GiiinoMVille but with I the of
tt arrest of travelers who persist ,.I perversity our father Charles H. Churchill,
Mr. Wills was of a friendly dispo- innnimale the went "dpud"and
things car
: in spitting in cars and waiting Mm.' Charles' Chun'hill. e
sition, courteous and generous, and rooms. VALUABLE: COW MRS. STKKNBURG'S DINNER In spite" of all the cranking the Mrs. Jesse Reddish visited relatives .

k4 his many friends deeply mourn his de- men\ could do, it refused to budge. Mr, In the Wateioiik
PARTY section
Saturday.Everett .
The state health officer Issued tele-
parture. Ills nearest relatives are, McCresiy then decided. to leave the ;
r g his father and mother, his widow and graphic instructions Sunday to health Rev. J. C. Diggs, of Starke handedu -- car with Mr. Andreu for the present Wilson, of l lsnrt Grove,
officials in all towns of less than ten thu Last Sunday at her home on Cherry wan a visitor to I.uwtey Monday
three brothers, Mr. J. Q. Wills, of the following clipping from and take the early train for Jackson
thousand the street, Mrs. Angie Sternburg entertained Misses" Eva and Lrliu. Und returned .
population directing Marshall Mo. Democrat
Barnesville, Ga., Mr. Jerry ,Wills, of ( ) published ville.
SIB Jacksonville, and Mr. J. T. Wills, Jr., quarantine of all influenza cases. near his old home. It shows the possibilities a party of friends. and relatives AH editor have never been accused home from Jacksonville lust we k.
Dr. Greene explained that the prob- of the Jersey from the North and from Jack- Ranee Boyer, of Tampa, was visiting *
cow: .
dolt of Waldo. All these, except Mr. J. Q. of harboring romantic notions, it was
relatives
lem of combatting epidemics in small "By producing 852.09 pounds of fat sonville. To the Northern guests a In awtey the first part ;
? Will, were present At the funeral. probably riot for the romance of the of the week. i
7, The sympathy of our entire commun cities is far different from that presented and 16,540.4; 'pounds of milk, Gold delightful feature of the dinner was thing that Editor: McCreary decided to
in a metropolitan center and owned J. that in the month of January the table Mrs J. C. Byrd visited relatives InJactllonvll1
by i
ity is extended to them in their be- Marjoram, a Jersey cow come to Starke to marry at such an
lost
reavement.The that, for the present, health activitiesin E. Jones, of Liberty, Mo., has broughtworld's was spread on the screened porch, unusual hour It Is said that true love week, returning home
combatting influenza in the larger record to Missouri and they enjoyed both the sumptuous Sunday I
a saysChas.
Gainesville Sun of January 24th never did l run smooth. But no mutter,
cities will consist of urging to dinner and the balmy air. R. C. Griffin\ and son, Starling, were
people Turner of
W. superintendent
has this to say, editorially, about the he now has a wife, which accordingto visitors Starke
untimely death of Mr. Wills: avoid crowded, poorly ventilated places official testing. Beginning her test The party was composed of Mr. and orthodox belief is necessary for an to Friday.

ti "The news of the death of David and to not use common drinking when more than eleven years old she Mrs. J. E. Uurke and nor, Mr. Elizabeth editor The Telegraph congratulatesthe Howard Randall, of Cincinnati, 0., -

Willa, son of Judge and Mrs. James cups and to promptly report new cas- is the first Jersey in the world to pro- Hewlett, Mr. and Mrs. R. II. Bar- couple and wishes them a lifo full spent week several days In Lawtey lost

es. duce over 850 pounds of butterfat in bour and little daughters, Mary Angie
T. Wills came to us as an especial of bliss
ti S. W. Leuch and
Edward
Borrow. He was kind hearted and had Preliminary observations are being a year. This record places her above and Lorraine, all of Jacksonville; Mr. - -C- M HB>MMMM son, ofJucknonvillu
the eleven-year-old record of Sophie R. A. Baucher, of Missouri, who Is an motored to Lawtey Sunday -
carried out
a good word for all. He loved his par. on temperature, humidity mGIIT'EAIt IN SERVICE
morning In the
+, ents and they were devoted to him. We and ventilation of schools, churches, 19th of Hood Farm the former world' old friend of the Sternburg family. Ing. Robert Moore returning even-
theatres that if influenza becomes champion Jersey of all *, who This party motored from Jacksonvillein accompanied them.
t have heard it often remarked that and age pro Letter train Former Bradford they in Mrs. C, R. visited. relativenear
n and such all duced 847.87 pounds of fat from 15, the morning and returned In the Happ
Judge Wills was the most loyal more widespread, places over United Stab Navy Itaifonl lout week.
loving father who ever lived. The no. Florida, will be ordered closed by the 948.2 pounds of milk. Incidentallythis afternoon, being accompanied by Mrs. .
p Ernest foyer filled his
ble mother was doting and fond of her state board of health.STRAWBERRY record break the present Missouri! Stcrnburg. On the return trip they (Dear Editor: Revb regular
state record in the mature Jersey class stopped for a short time at Kingnlcy appointment> > at Fniflm Baptist church
offspring as mother can be. The grief (i'lcaxo publith thin/ letter In your Sunday 1w./ ... nccompnnli-d by Mrs.
it wife CROP IN BRADFORD by 72.55 pounds of fat. She is now Lake, the Camphor Farm and Green
of the noble judge and his good paper( if it Is in your opinion worthy Bayer

makes the death of this young man all I i. \MAY DOUBLE the state champion over all breeds and Cove Springs-- ... -- of thp required. ,' space for publication. Rev. W L. Ovcrstruct wall called toPalutka

the more sorrowful to us. May the i ages. Pel,'haps a good! many readers of Saturday account of the
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good Lord send them comfort. I .. marketing commissioner your paper know mo personally. or I death of olio of his brother's children.

And the Gainesville News, edited by I returned yesterday from a GROWING MELONS: TilE RIGHT LAM: IIUTLEK know of me throuvh my i.' isle. Sarah und Ellen Gnlfla visited ,

Elmer W. McCreary, a boyhood friendof I left Wotlhington Springs on the
trip among the strawberry growers! of WAY I'eutl (iiillln, Sunday.
Mr. Wills him the following Nth day of November, 1911, and '
paid Bradford county, making the journeyin The teachers training school will joined C
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pretty tribute in announcing his death: I company with J. O. Traxler, newly I The value of scUmtfic; ;; methods in the open at Lake Butler in the High the U. S. Navy on the Uth. I have I'OK LEGISLATIVE: HONORS/
"The sorrowful news was given us been' coMtlnuouxly in the t service since
appointed farm agent of that county. growing of watermelons can be seen School building on February 5th. All
1'i. over the 'phone about 7 o'clock yesterday I| Mr. Rhodes says that the berry out at Dunnellon, in the operations of teachers and graduates from the that Into. I The first to announce himself u candidate .

[ evening that David Francis look there l is I served seventeen months oversea / for representative, 2 in
most encouraging. Messrs. Baskins and Griffith. They eighth grade, who can are requestedto group
', Wills was dead. We knew that David Among the farms visited was that have 200 acres already prepared, fertilized attend and take this course of In. during tho war I was in what wan tho next leglxlutule is Everett: M.
Pwas critically ill but never dreamed who has known as the suicide fleet (J in that /aide Johns of Stark Mr. Johns. bus
Williams
of J. II. twenty-one : and ready for planting and the [Istructlon. This course run until many
,I'. the end was so near. The writer was of the pond.I thing in his favor for the voters to
of looking plants most
healthy
acres materials on hand for spraying to con June and classes are arranged. to take
I so grieved when he received the message of them in bloom. La"t year Mr. Williams trol aiithracnone and the aphis. Their care of students who may enter at want" to nay to the good people, of consider. A son of the late Sheriff

P, that he was almost speechless. shipped by the carload, and expects practice is to start spraying when the any time. No expense in attached(to Bradford county that I would not take E. F, Johns, hn was, on the death of

D David was his pal, we had been almost this season to be able, if pick third and fourth loaves show, going this course except board and the purchase anything for my experience during his father, thrown on his own resources .
|like brothers for years, we have hunt- IhnHo few months to say nothing of to carve out a career After graduating
ers are available, to send away a car over the field every week or ten days.A of the necessary books.
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Bed and fished together over nearly ev. s the service on cruisers before that from the Starke High School
day.
or more a is used and
power sprayer a crew --C
| cry inch of ground within ten miles time and the service on submarines h. entered the law school of the State
The in berries in Bradford Is kept busy running back over the
acreage
I of Gainesville, we have been on parities ELARBEEElarbee since the war. Before I left Bradford Uniwrvlty of Gainesville, and after
county is estimated to be Double that field as soon as an application i.i fin-
and we have fought side county I wall only living and seeing
together graduation there Into
went the /
practice
ished. This in the has
of if conditions practice
last and untoward past
I side in lots of fights in our :- year none of the world but since I have
by youngr do not intervene the crop will bea demonstrated the value of such Insur- Jan. 30.-Mln'cs Floors of law with lion. A. V. Long In

| days, but never a cross word hasJI&II..d big one and bring in a fine sum of ance uagainst disease and insect Rosier and Myrtle Coleman were visitors been In the service of Uncle Sam I Starko. lie carried a mature mind, ina
I between us. David Wills was Ralford have seen a good many places of interest and has
to Saturday. young body made a successIn
Not as much cotton will be The cost i I. small compared to the
|as true as steel to his friends and money. in the results. Mr. and Mm. J, A. Coleman and in our own beautiful country, his profession lie has the qualities
heretofore profits
grown in that county as '
R there never was a man that was down family were visitor to Evergreen Sunday as well as in Cuba, Panama, Mexico required for a law maker, andif
but there
the coming ,
during season
I and out but what "Davey," as he was ONE MAN KILLED AND ANOTHER attending church. and the European countries. nominated, and elected ha will, no
will be more corn, Irish and sweet potatoes -
I called by his friends, would give hima than be. The families of G. A. Coleman and Now I love old Bradford county andI doubt, give a good account of himself.
and
nickel sugar cane ever INJURED IN EXPLOSION love to visit the of Bradford
| lift. He would split his last people C- -
have the
fore. Times Union 28th. G. W Rosier been on sick (list
i with a friend. If he liked ypu he was for the week. and I am always glad to meet a person FLORIDA RAISED $79,421,450 IN

lyour friend at all times, no matter Green Cove Springs, Jan. 26.Oneman past from Bradford. Probably someday LIBERTY LOANS
Wesley Rosier has moved to Starke.
resulted in his death. The boy evi. ;
where you were, if it required moneyor was killed and another badly in- C I will make my home In Bradford

if it required a little help in a fight, dently realized that the end was near jured by the explosion of a retort at again, but my naval career Is not finished Tho Liberty Loan sums rated dur-

you would always ffnd him at your for about three days ago'he said to his the plant of the Clay County Turpentine ST. MARK'SNext ( yot. ing the world war by Florida have

aide. father, "I am not afraid to die, for no and Pulp Company here. An en- T am now temporarily stationed in'' been reported by Secretary of the

E "The first time the writer knew matter how bad I have been I can tire end of the building was blown out Sunday-Holy communion and the navy recruiting office in the Har- Treasury GUan, as follow.:

iLDavey well he was in a little fight over truthfully say that I never harmed by the force of the explosion.The sermon, 11 a. m. nett building, Jacksonville, and any First Liberty Loan .__. ._ .| 6,964.900

Bin Nassau county and was getting considerably anyone in my life. Shortly after 6:30 dead man I Ia J. S. armon. He Evening prayer and sermon, 7:30 p. time any of he"boys from Bradfordcome Second Liberty Loan. .-.__ 8,978,160

the worst of it from a larger yesterday evening he opened his eyes' was instantly killed, his body being to town I.would be glad to have Third Liberty Loan ...... 18,093,900(

opponent when little Dave, just 12 wide and looked around the room. A horribly mutilated. J. S. Hall was m.Thursday evening, Jan. 29th, at 8 them call and ace me When I entered Fourth Liberty Loan. ___. 86,2111,100

Byean: old, came to his assistance anditumed smile came over his face and he passed badly bruised when the force of the o'clock a meeting, was held In the the service"at'the age of twenty-four Victory Liberty Loan .... 18.884460

defeat into victory. From thatKday out."The explosion threw him against the wall church concerning the nation wide I I weighed 137 pounds and today. I

on we grew to b :clos e friends. funeral services were held at oi. the building.No campaign, and was addressed by the weigh ITO po...... J Total ______---____...fTMZl.459(

If David was stricken about three the residence at 8:80: o'clock this afternoon definite reason baa been assign Rev. Barnard Campbell and one of his Your 'truly, Total receipts from the isle, of war

weeks ago with malaria fever and 11 by Reverends Jenkins and ed for the accident. It I Is supposed i Ilaymen of Gainesville. The canvas IRVING M. DOUGLASS. savings stamps and thrift stamp I*

Kabout the first o( the week it was I O'Kelley, and a large gathering of j that steam mast have been left on in I will be held on the afternoon of Sunday . i the state of Florida from .the beginning *

thought he was getting better, but a i his friends were present to pay their the retort, but this Is aWl a matter of Feb. tat O. A. ROSS, Arthur Green;. of Lawtey, was a of the campaign to November

change for the worse occurred, which\, last respects." conjecture. I Priest in Chars: visitor to Stark Saturday. 81, 1919, amounted to S6.60M01.M.
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,yp; .,,f' BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKR
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-- "-, r.oll I .Mrs\ J. E. Clemons and daughter,

\ Mrs. L. Gay of Jacksonville were in I

town, Thursday,
We are sorry to report little Vera
hem-; 1 Gainey on the Rick list this week. I A"
County News I ID E. 13. Andreu, Jr., of Alachua wasa I IK*

L visitor here Thursday LUCKY -
_.. .., --- Miss Van Cone of Pine Hill, attended rod
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services Sunday morning.
i Interestingacta Gathered During the Peek bj Our IJ Our farmers are preparing to plant'

Regular Correspondent a lot of vegetables for market such I CO!

BB sugar cane corn, Irish potatoes

.... tomatoes and okra. I
1 Messrs. Knight and Dow ling, of A
i Airmen I business career, and we wish him,success Lake Butler were looking after the End

in his new undertaking.Mrs. Lake Butler and Southern Bell r
Haiford, Jan. 30.--'Ifr'l.: Dorothy ,, I. L. Kubanks and little daughters phono exchange. Brooker has a tele'j, STRIKE n.J

Schelly of Jacksonville has been l Edyth-Jewcl and Genevieve of did connection with Lake er:
few with Miss Helen Lake City arrived Wednesday for a
upending a days (I Starke and with the Southern Bell. ej
Nau right. several wel.k.'Isit with her parents Mrs. B. Sapp and little daughter iislRPP

\ ,; Miss Carrie McKay was visiting relatives Mr. and !Mrs. E. L. Crosby. Iva, of Lake City, are spending the .. n
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and friends in Jacksonville Sun I Miss Ina Strickland spent the weekend 'week with relatives.
f -,,r t in Starke with her cousin, Hazel
Program of Literary Society
day.Bernard Jacobs, Foelyn Stroupe and i iMra. Warren Song by school "Old Black Joe." Man
G. O. Jacobs were visitors to'' !Mrs. Garrett of Jacksonville arrived Recitation-Harvey Baxter. CIGARETTEGET! lac

V Lake City Sunday.E. here Saturday for several days Reading Mana Andreu.
M. Johnson was visiting friends visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Duet-Eunice Hazen Daisy Lewis. a Ffcarr

here Sunday. I E. L. Crosby. Recitation-Leila Mae Andreu. fothfjM.
Bessie Kennedy spent the week-end I. L Eubanks of Lake City, spent Home News-Mrs. P. M. Barefootand .

w with her parents in Lake Butler Sunday here with relatives Fred Ilazen.ReadingElla. a package today. No y'/pat
Mr. Schelly of Jacksonville was I Dr. A. E. Russell made a professional Mae Hazen. bin

s vliiting friends Sunday. rail to Pine Hill Monday. D.bate-Resolved, Whether we the flavor-the wholesome |tio..
4 Lacy Cason and Shepard Moore Little Ella Mae llaxen spent Sun should consolidate the surrounding T

.. were visitors to Lake Butler Sunday day with her friend Cantey Oliver of schools, or not. Affirmative, Truby taste of Kentucky Burley pre

r l afternoon.W. I'ine Hill. Pinholsttr, E. W. Carter; Negative, tobacco. ., ancItit
I. Roberts. was a visitor to A. B.Shaw, naval stores operatorof It. I'. Gainey Prof. Hayes. < .
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Worthington Sunday. Sapp; was here on business Satur Song by school-Spanish Cavalier.The irol

yq Rev. E. C. Wells, who has been on day.Mrs. public is cordially invited. Why do so many "regular fref
the sick list for a month, U improving T. Lewis spent the weekendin i-.- Br
nicely Lawtvy with her mother Mrs. Pad. METHODIST men" buy Lucky Strike :
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Servicea were conducted at the Baptlst gett. :

church Sunday by Rev. Norris of Dr.) Trilible of LaCrosse made a Sunday school 9:45: a. m. cigarettes ? They buy them ,t guE4

LaCrosse. I professional visit here Monday. Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.Epworth for the special flavor of the i,
The Raiford High School basket ball Rev. Joyner of Dukes, filled his League, 6:45 p. m. .

teams played Melrosc high school regular appointment here Saturdayand (Prayer meeting, Wednesday 7:30p. :. toasted Burley tobacco. t tThere's I an
teams in Starke Friday afternoon, theboys' Sunday m.
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a "I score being fifteen to fourteen J. Brown and Geo. Harrison and J. C. DIGGS, Sdrt
in favor of Raiford the girls being son, of %Miller, attended services here Pastor. the big reason-it's toasted t
eighteen to nine in favor of Melrose. Sunday .
real Make dr
Rev Wiggins, of Jasper filled his L. Morgan and family are OCCUPY- HOLLAND REFUSES DEMAND OF toasted, and Burley.

regular appointment here at the Advent I'ing the cottage of Mrs. Gainey on ALLIES FOR KAISERThe Lucky Strike your cigarette. tl > or

church Sunday, Main/ street. ed

Prof. R. A. Green, Foelyn Stroupe I Mrs E. B. Andreu, Sr., was on the reply of Holland to the Allies' V or

and Bernard Jacobs were visitors to I sick list last week. mand for the delivering up of the former di
Starke Thursday night Mrs H. C. Clemons spent part of German emperor refuses to do soon CD
- ---- the week with her daughter, Mrs. R. the grounds that it must view the V fA ur
FIVE MILE A. Andreu. -
demands raised by the powers from c
W. II. Andreu and family of New he point of view of its own duty. It ....._:!.... acv in
Five Mile, Jan. SO.-Mrs. Iva T. River, spent Sunday at the home of says "Holland was absolutely unconnected ; x' btol
visited our school Tuesday.M. J. C. Cone,
Sprinkle with the origin of the war and r fi
L. McKinney, of Lake Butler, L. Shrhcr, of Jacksonville spent maintained, and not without difllculty, i ti
was a business visitor here Wednes ;'Sunday here with his parents. its neutrality to the end. It finds itself a ci
day. !, Mrs. Melvin of Starke is spending face to face with the facts of the ,
1'1 Mn. P. P. Dckle spent Thursday In thin week with her son, J. J. Morgan. war in a position different from that I that
Worthington. 1 J. J. Morgan and family attended held in Jacksonville during Jr9NJN1NJdJ
of the powers i| IS ffl9IPJH5i'Jfll5CTOMSM; tuJUplNdflalNMINJNlefe! fe lr ti
)Dewey Duke attended a pound party services at Rock Sunday Holland rejects with energy all suspicion week. Mr. Stump's friends, both In .;b
I ;* i, _, at the home of George Thomas Saturday .Scetier Edwards and sister Eva, of of wishing to cover with its the order and out are congratulatinghim I r

V, evening. Bradford, attended services here Sun- sovereign right and moral authority upon being invested with this SELF HELPING COMMUNITIESr j r

V Math Dukes spent Thursday and day. violations of HIP essential principlesof honor ya ,
Friday in Jacksonville. llrinklcy Hayes Miss Annie Mc- the solidarity of nations but it can. The Indian at the party, served with viands from a sideboard i
Miss Hattie )Dukes is visiting relatiiveH I.eod and Mrs. L. T. (Oateen of Dukes not recognize its international duty Messrs. G. M. Sistrunk and G. W. remarked : (r.'l

bV in Aluchuu this wct'k. attended service! here Sunday to associate itself with this act of high Snellgrove attended the Masonic I "Too many people helping Indian. Indian will help him- [ 0eI
/ Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mott of Lake The W. O. W. camp tendered its international policy of the powers. Grand Lodge meeting in Jacksonville "wlf.If II!! e

i Y; Butler, 1\1 rll. L. G. Rldlll r""on." Mr. members with a chicken piluu Friday After saying that Holland has no last week. f. And he proceeded to do so. 1'v'
4 I and Mrs. P. P. Dcklc guests of Jan. 10th.I I
were night
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grounds for turning the fugitive
: over I A great many Americans would find it easy to sympathizewith !iJ!
Mrs. J. M. Rime Sunday. J. E. demons is spending the week Remarkable Linguist. I
\; I the: note adds: "Justice and the national "
/ I). J. O. Green and family, of Krookr with his son, E. II. demons, of Wau- honor for which is The greatest of all linguistic Renlnsc0 z the red man's point of view. As we look back it is r
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Mezzofaatl ] apparent that an outstanding fault of past social service !i 1
r .r (- Tommie Thomas and family of chulu. sacred this. The Netherlands was undoubtedly Giuseppe many .
'.''r' 3 Dukes were Sunday visitors at the C, Tyler made a business trip to duty people oppose moved by sentiments- wbo died in 1840. Not only could the activities has: I been "too many people helping Indian", and not ,,

home of Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Thomas. South Florida Friday, returning Mon- to which in history the world has done wonderful Italian read 00 or 00 different i "tiouuli people helping. I Indian to help himself. t

Mr. and Mrs. Claude llrnfroe, of dllY.1.'r".1. justice, could not betray the faith of languages, besides ninny ditto The! average man and the average boy object to being fussed I
Ilrouker, were week-end guests of and Harley! IIar.cn were in Tam- hose; who have confided themselves to lects, but lie could also Speak and write t: over. The experience of War Camp Community Service drove ,
4 Mr. and Mrs. K. E. TarrUh. 1 pu Tuesday attending to business. their free institutions." them with astonishing fluency It was ithat foot hard upon the consciousness of the community work
Dewey Duke is spending this week Messrs. E. W. Carter Fred and contended that Mezzofuntl could con:
The note concludes: "The government l era whoso business it was to minister to the comfort and recreational -
oa In Plant City the guest of his sister, Marvin Hazen, Guy Qnholster, accomIpunied of the queen is pleased to believe verseA'Hh natives of practically every 3 needs of the enlisted men. It was found that, given '
Mrs. Maude Thomas. I by Mines Eunice Hazen, Inez Quarter of tbe slobs\ *!
that the recognize the good
powers t I ho Inu\\". the opportunity and a touch of leadership the uni
and Pinkston and Cone Lorene Ilazen
Joseph Harry Clara ,
Abernathy grounds of these considerations which
t. 1'0l'IIII'llIIpn'uIIM, go: a long in working out a satisfactory
James Ward were here on business and Lubedla 1'inholnter motored to the rise above consideration of way
Saturday. i i Sink Hole Sunday afternoon. sonalities and any which seem to it no peremptory per HALF YOUR LIVINGV I t recrealiim programme. It was not that they did not needguidance. ...
if t Mr. and Mrs. Quinn Touchstone via- Mrs. Mattie Sowell who was on the that they could not reasonably }; !. They did and appreciated it. But they did not

ited in Midway Friday and Saturday. sick list last week is much better at give rise to wrong interpretations. WITHOUT MONEY COSTContinued E need HIM! did not appreciate a condition in which there were
Mrs. Ancil Parrlsh had the misfortune thin writing. ." I t 'so ninny people! helping: Indian" that Indian had no chance

m .V to break her arm last week. I Truby Pinliolster was a visitor to .---"- t t to help himself.K .

f H. Tomlinson of Lake Butler, was. Lake Butler Saturday. GAIETY THEATRETONIGHT. Southern Farm Prosperity
l+ I a business visitor here Saturday. Miss Maude Shaw is home again: to Dependent on Cutting! Produc- t !by whim, tradition. or prejudice, are seldom logical unlessonsei'nlily
'V a. the delight of her friends after FRIDAY JANUARY a0.l .
many Hmiiue .".....k.w. In "HIDDEN PEARLS." tion Cost Through Food ( and intelligently readjusted. Then too, there is
;l' HltOOKEU teaching successful term of
a very SATURDAY. JANUARY 81Mitrhvll Making and Saving iiluiivs the piirodoxical, situation that the there
I .- school at New River, Uowi. In "Children. at H.nl.hm.nt" more people are
And Eleventh Kpl: .oa> of "Smm..hin. Barrtora." .1 know' in tiny oni place, the harder it is to know of them.
a. Brooker. Jan. :80.-N. T. hitch, of Col. W. T. Weeks of Starke, was a TUESDAY FEBRUARY 5Earl Atlanta. Ga.-(Special.)-"Tens ot any
;t Starke was looking after I business interests prominent visitor here this week. William In "THE BLACK GATE." thousands of farmers in the South i OIK.", ,ot the present' day social phenomena is the extent to
'1 here part of the week. Mrs. C, Cow! >n and baby of Pine A ViUiiraph. F..tur*. will face the problem of making cot f liiili'; the\ words "Community Service" have got into the curt

I. W. Tiiiholster, Jr., and L. Gainry Hill were in town Saturday.Iva ton under heavy weevil Infestation enl! vn Hilary. It would he going too far to characterize
FISII TAILS
l were transacting business In Gainesville Colson, of Pine Hill spent the for the first time In 1920. Their success 'immunity, Service as' a new i idea. As the term is used now.nijivx. I
Saturday. weekend here with her cousin Anona or failure under these new conditions f ,tin,unli it ,Id I
We don't like to tel )Hales out of will be absolutely dependenton roii properly be said to stand for a new p
if II. R. Brown one of our prominent Colnon. school but Squire Shaffer surely "put the degree that there Is food, grain i ,in "it tide.' Community Service peacetime outgrowth of War
business men, hits sold his mercantile E. J, Ward, who Is employed at New one over" on Col. Peek last week. and forage )produced on their farms < ':111"1', |> <'ointtirfriily Service: ; , reaches life individual by organisti
r business to 1>. W. llttzon and his Uivcr with his this ," said I
purchased spent Sunday family year II U. Hastings president i 1 the
ciiniiiiiiiiii.v
They went a fishin' out to their favorite by making community II fe a conscious: :
the farm of Mr. Itaien, knownas Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bowen spent of both the Georgia Chamber of ,,'liutyIt V
I lake and for Mr. "
some reason
Commerce and the Southeastern Fair Ctd
the LltchCeld place. Mr. Drown part of the week with their son B.
Shaffer seemed to lie pulling: in more "A few weeks I i- i-iiioNsililf| ., to establish
'i has been successful her* in hU Sowell of Cooler Pond. \ ago the newspapers community life by decree, just a<-
very fish\ than the Colonel.! Now, Co!. Peekis carried the report that an Alabama i U i"".e."slI,\l' to establish friend" hip by compulsion, There

--- --.- "some" fisherman and that thing county' was preparing to erect a ire I,6,.nr Mho.., imagine that people can be gathered together. lJl
monument to the bull because
f1! 1JiiIJdJ !ffiflJEflf'lf'lIlIi\IIaJI.'IIIJI\II.( !!! !! !! !I \ ! ....... __., ..J.IJ.IiJIJIJIIJIJIJIJIJIJcJJA !!: !! !! !! !! !! !! !! he bi'ga noticed nto get his his"goat. Pretty had soon of the .good. the weevil, weevil had done them J Ii: 'i.uuiKiii'lt'il/ ,'' to be' sociable> : and left to their fate. Desirable t+
that partner a
pe. in forcing them out of the 'all-cotton') \ '"""lIlIlIil life is! a growth Moreover\ there can lie no com ,
..... ruliar looking object attached to his poverty-producing rut. Into the prosperity ; j uniiity life where there is no community ;.rviee.( Unless com -j
SAN7 j : Jr.l.EM line and it took considerable coaxingto ) that always follows a diversity
; t d i umiiM life! is n growth, it IS without routs and exists '
as u
get the Squire to confide in him of crops and the )production on home ,
is t In these days ot tinkcrim .tIt. h i Ih, 'I"I'inl machinery, it la that the lure he was using was one of acres of every pound possible of food, I' ., MiiN| >,iiiii|>usp.l structure. All of that throws us buck to the

It1! + refreshing to learn ""I'i, plug" ''or i tie. ,'Ih'rlilellt of our daily the new baits made by Al Foss, "The .grain. and forage supplies needed by .tarting }point I It t is the business/ of organized Community r I rI
4 lives Shimmy Wiggler" Needless to say, the family. and live stock Service to see to it that there are not so people helping ,
c that demands. 'n.' -11 :"" ti-iohitii nor eMjlution for the "Our .good. people here In the South manv
ttttainment of its the Colonel went to the Quigley Lumber 'r Indian that Indian has no chance to help himself. Organized
o1lpeeu'> I have never until very recently taken i
b Cominunity Serve is I hi- |iiig AIIUM-II-II\ do for itself in peace ; & Supply Co. a day or two after- the home or family vegetable... garden ,' 't: ,.ommuiiity! Service can supply the stimulus, the opportunity ,
i. wards and purchased two of them for seriously as a source of food supply.It mm initial .direction, but the community must stand
what, as War Camp C'oaimunit.v Service" it aided. a warring by reason IJI! .
his tackle box. Their catch for the has been looked on strictly as a .f its own strength. ,
America to do.! Just I us in war the organi/ation enabled :
communities trip was thirty nice bugs. Klde Issue something of little Importance P.8 ,I"
; to get the ureatfxi' value for the men in uniform from Messrs. Stump Carpenter and Turner something.. to bo attended to the :
their recreational resource,?.. NO 1 1 now it aims to stimulate communities did considerable casting in Varnes last thing on the, )place. The homegarden" ----- nn araM1raraaltaralararararara'aratara, nrara'alarararararannrnmmm 1,
50 to obtain r..rIII the the best .. rightly handled can be madeto
,people results from lake one day last week. After enjoy produce bait the food needed by
leisure time opportunities I Mut there is! one great/ difference .' ing a bountiful fish supper they returned the family and practically without I u }
t;;, between the war work and t I the pence work-in the great struggle home laden with trophies of money cost. --- ed services at Kingsley lake Sunday.

'. we were l>u>limr| for war mid l1'litructionI'e; are building t the finny tribe. "The average 'lick and promise ort Some Things to Be Shunned. Misses Fred Jones, Arthur Rigdon
Aq'. I -- now fur, peace and 1 const I ruction.Community Bill Powell gays that whenever he of a garden has little value. To be It Is better to be cold than dean of Starke attended church at Ran-
'. Service in getting: together the !finest elements puts his big foot in a little boat in a of real value the garden must be plan- Never run an automobile engine Ions dolph Saturday night.

V,.A in the nation's life--regard for our neighbors, affection for our I" big lake, the white caps always beginto right nod for and, really kept cultivated prepared for through, planted: the behind closed doors. Never use a gas Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dean of Starke
beater
that Is .
A roll. cot fitted with an adequate attended church at Kingsley lake Sun.
homes interest in t the pUi'e wheree dw..ll-/lDd blending them season and cultivated whenever need.
i .,. I into a force working, not for our soldiers at but for A. M. Darby was out a shirt while ed. That kind of a garden will keep vent Into an open !flue. Never ,,day.
war our
a. back go to sleep In a room leaving Mrs David for
.l\ inspecting the logging Opera. Its owner's table well supplied with a gas Luke left Saturday
t soldier come back I'r"lIII'lir., for the men and women at home, tions of the Dowling-Shttnds, Company an abundance of healthful food sevenor beater burning. Always leave a window Baldwin where she was called to be

,,r'r' for everybody in each community. Mothers and fathers sisters After six hours maneuvering eight months in the year as wellas open In every room occupied by with her father who ia very ill.
I sweetheart' brothers, can all unite In Community Service he stopped long enough to catch a nice furnishing an abundance of canned sleeping persons We are sorry to report Miss Em-
t ,: with the KHtisfying knowh'dgothat their endeavors are going mess of speckled perch. He says the and dried vegetables: for winter \Ue."EYfll'J' ory Carpenter on the sick ]list this
f{ I to reflected\ in better sweeter brighter local conditions. longest way around is the shortest mess of vegetables direct drive's TastetoM cUUnmrM llhtt9c" week. 4
from garden to table can or Jar
"I This, we take it, will rutet with the approval of every Amer- way home and that all tram roads are pf home-cauned vegetables every from closet vitality and energy br PaiMag and ss Jack Howe of SUrke passed V
; ican. During the war a new spirit of comradeship was borne not what they are cracked up to be. shelves, makes a hole In that store riding. die bled You oo noa httllMralnf. nsia through our burg Sunday afternoon
; in city town and hamlet ; a spirit particularly conspicuous in LOST-My coffee can. tackle box bill that Is always a terror when 'set lavKontliul CITwt.: Prto eau enroute to Kingsley lake.
p' those places uniting through War Camp Community Serviceto containing one Kingfisher line and a tling!: time comes. Rev. Sanders, of Sunnyside filled

extend hospitality to the men in olive drab and blue. Ally bottle of Pork Rind. If finder will return life"Oood savers home to gardens thousands have of been southern real EAST STARKE his regular appointment at Kingsley

who shared this spirit or came in contact with it hoped it might contents to William Powell he farmers who have gone 'flat broke' lake Saturday and Sunday.

V J ;F not be permitted to lapse with the coming of peace. In Community may keep the tackle box. trying to meet store bills. A !good East Starke Jan. 80.-R. D. Bow- C., B. Strickland has set out nine
i '1 '1 Service this fine product of war's tumultuous days garden will cat the store bill until Its era has recently added to his farm al grape vines on his farm.
F. F. Stomp, one of Starke's prom. else Is negligible. Give the garden a lot of Miss Alice Strickland t* on the sick
ndll its perpetuation pecan trees. He has '
: I inent business men was appointed fair chance and a square deal In 120 200. Our set out liat this week.
District and the result will be sgreeably'earprWat. community is Improving all
Deputy Grand Master F. & Miss
Florence
I'' ,rafa6ufiafafAfa/AfaNlsvaf, arofgfPf i iiflaiBISWIWISfB .' the time. i Carter will leave tonight
A. M., at the Grand Lodge meeting Mr. and Mrs. Xroch Harris attend- for New York where she wffl

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4 a FRIDAY JANUARY 30. 1920.

BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE FLORIDA
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'\" 1"f" \-Bradford County Farmers 1 1UJ..TfEIC :I she Mr.alone.train and Hersey Her two for had screams Raiford small just children and left on shouts business on the were of morning and left fire- plate Appearances on the outside NO are JOK6.deceitful.of many a The Big keeping Borne Reducing little house."the folks)Robert Household.were was i 1.lartl1l pupa


Gun's private office says: "Push. But Jane inumina. After much difficulty 'IFronnaKliiK
heard and it wa only a few ,
1,
were several If you want to know why the Big GUllaceu..lell I *o large n hrcxnl Pn|>n Robert -
people were
minutes before will have to !Mali) hurst not with : "811)',
i there
# BETTER STOCK well represented by a large numberof pected from poor need regardless of render assistance soon putting Ills position you
SIRES. there to >
chili _
In I lie
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the Inside of the ere too wiiny u fumllyru
InterestedIn how well the soil may be prepared I look at the plate on
_ ,. enrollments. If you are the fire out. The damage was of you will h'Ito .lit the *
..ull. dog
r A nation wide campaign for livestock such a campaign, and desire fur- and the crop fertilized and cultivated. slight: the fire being confined to the door it says:
improvement is now well underway ther information fill in and mail the If the proper variety of seed has been kitchen.

in many of the states. This campaign coupon below to Wm. II. Black, Agentin selected, its percentage of germination -
is being conducted by the bureau Animal Husbandry, Gainesville must be determined. This work shouldbe HIGHLAND

of animal industry, the states relations Fla.: done now, ahead of planting time. -
service and the agricultural (Coupon) If the seed does not germinate wella Highland, Jan. 30.-F. M. Crews attended
It colleges through their various representatives. Belter Sires Ik-tUT StockI poor stand will result. It will be the grand lodge of Masons in

"Better Sires-Better am interested in the nation-wide more profitable to discard poor seed Jacksonville last week. -

,*.. Stock" has been adopted as the slogan. campaign of "Better Sires-Better and buy or select again if seed of good ( Miss Ethel Ricks and Max Wimberly -
The aim of this crusade is to hasten Stock" and would like to receive fur- germinating ability can be procured.The visitors to Jacksonville Tues
were
.1. the progress of livestock improvement ther information.At cost of tending a half crop is as .
-+ throughout the United States, by re- the present time I own (state great as that for a full stand. day.I.
Lamb of Worthington Springs,
placing the great multitude of scrub number): ,' Several simple methods for makingthe F. ,
Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co.,
'. domestic animals with pure bred or test have been devised. Your representing:

high grade stock and to improve the ___________cattle ....._____horses county agent will recommend the one was transacting business here Friday. THE UNIVERSAL CAR
9 quality of I pure bred themselves. |most practicable to use under local A. L. Tharpe, of Atlanta, was a

The reasons for such a campaign ____________swine ___.________sheep conditions. visitor Thursday.The mill The Ford car can well be called the "peoplescar
operated
Highland grist
need no explanation. Millions of the I
farmers are wasting time and money ___________goats _________.poultry BRADFORD'S STRAWBERRY CROP and owned by G. W. Parker, has quitea ," because there are more than 3,000,000 of
L.> on animals that give less returns for reputation for extra good grits, them in daily operation. That is about fourto
better _.. __. The strawberry crop gives promiseof having received two orders for grits
that would Name _
tY.t4. the same expenditures ?- ----------------- one of the nearest follower in the motor car
} lAti stock. There is no state in the union being the best ever grown in Brad- from as far away as Charleston, W.

in greater': need of such a campaignthan Address .......................... ford county with the acreage about industry. This would not be so if the Ford car
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I' our own state of Florida. The I double that of last year Cotton is go- C. Wimberly was transacting had not for sixteen years proven its superiorityin

i proportion of scrub sires to size of County ........________............ ing to be almost left out of the farm business in Jacksonville Friday. service in durability, and in the low cost for
herds will run much higher than in (I products grown in this county the Messrs. J. R. L. Kelly and W. M. ,
this would be
'coming An increased production made trip to Hampton operation and maintenance; not
J 1 many other states, thus the more important THE PECAN BORER neason. Wimberly a
such a campaign is to us. of corn, sweet potatoes and sugar Friday. so if the Ford car was not so easy to understand
j of borers I cane will be the result.WILLIAMS Clifford M. Click, of Jacksonville, in construction that anybody and
this work There three species
I : The livestock included in are so simple
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... are cattle, horses, asses, swine, sheep, that trouble pecans more or less. One I was a visitor Friday.E. everybody can safely- drive It. Let us nave
j BUSY .,L. Padgett, of Green' Cove, was
I'' gnats and poultry. Any person owning Is the larvae of the moth. This makes I
avoid delay in
for to
\ old friends here Wednesday. order one now
greeting
in your
any of these domestic animals may I IrN' a hole one-fourth of an inch or so
: { to' T. S. Williams after shipping an lie is former resident of this place.
,! take part in this campaign and be so diameter to the center of the tree and a delivery.A. .
rrff.. < enrolled. To be enrolled in the Better I then works up or down trunk. The ,enormous quantity of sweet potatoesand Messrs. Charles Tedder and L. II.
'" exhausting the supply, is now Hill, census enumerators for Clay W. & G. A ANDERSON
I Livestock campaign one must fill out best way to kill this borer is to push .
r a simple blank, which is furnished by into the hole a little wad of cotton busy bedding seed tubers for draws. and Bradford counties respectively,
I lie intends 1500 bushels section last week.II. STARKE FLORIDA '
to
plant on through this
the U. S. department of agriculture, saturated with carbon bisulphide and were : ,
showing the number of animals kept then quickly close up the hole with a his premises opposite the depot and C. Wimberly, Jr., spent the week
on his farm northeast of Starke. with friends at Rideout.M. .
all wax or end
that grafting
for breeding and he agrees little putty, paraffin,
I sires used for breeding from the date any similar substance; chewing gum '1 His method of planting i is to make L. Crews, of Jacksonville, is visiting )
be flat beds about five feet wide at the : relatives here.
of signing the blank must pure- might do.Another
base and cover them with a two-inch Rev James Strickland filled his
is the flat-
brcds of good quality. The females species of borer I
I used may be purebred, crossbred headed borer which works just be- layer of stable manure. Upon this regular appointment at Evergreen :...
the potatoes are laid so close that : Saturday and Sunday. ,",, !o;,.
Blanks be neath the bark of the and girdles -
I grade or scrub. may secured tree "
::" "","', &:'" j
they touch. On top of them is spreada I Miss Flossie Reynolds of Starke, '
noticed. .
I" from the department of agriculture the tree! in a few months if not //
through this office, the agricultural This one is best controlled by cutting three-inch layer of pine needles and I' was a visitor here Sunday.
knife then a four-inch layer of soil. The Mrs. H. C. Wimberly, Misses Ethel
college or the county agent. the borer out with a as soon
,.Mf /potatoes are of the following varie- Ricks, Beth and Winifred Wimberlyand
1 When a blank filled out and signed as dead bark is noticed. !I
] : roaches the department of agriculture The third species of borer makes an'' ties: Porto Rico, Red Providence, J. R. L. Kelly motored to Lawtey

l"'! an "official emblem" in issued to the I extremely small hole all over the barkof Triumph and Nancy Hall. Mr. Wil- Sunday to visit friends.
liams has already booked orders for Fred Lang made a business trip to
t. breeder. The official emblem meas. the tree. This is called the "shot-
??$ ures 8x10 Inches, is printed in two hole" borer. Neither this one nor the three million draws.. Starke Monday.

colors, bears the name and address of flat-headed borer attacks a perfectly Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Marr, of Lawtey

the livestock owner, date enrolled, and healthy tree, but quickly finishes a ZIFP spent Sunday with relatives.
i' serial number signifying the order in tree which is diseased or has been InJured Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Rigby, of Starke
e ,I which it was issued and carries the by improper cultivation or lack Ziff, Jan. 30.-Sen-ices were heldat were week-end visitors.

n e seal of the United States Departmentof of cultivation. Sometimes salamanders Rock Saturday and Sunday by Rev.J. -- .

Agriculture. I or other animals work on the H.- Kelly. WAVE OF ECONOMY SWEEPS
.r The elimination! of inferior purebred roots of the trees. It is important tokeep Messrs. Rob and Bailey Walden, ('ONGnESS-CUTTING BILLS Swift & Company's
, tr Mike Easwald, of Bay Lake, and Mr.
j,& sires, as well as common scrubs the pecan trees in a healthy,
l r 1 of mixed breeding, and replacement rapidly growing: condition and to give and Mrs. Arthur Gernard, of Millford, Paring of Expenditures Taken up By

,' ) by good purebreds, the proper feeding them plenty of water during the first attended church at Rock Sunday. Both louses 1919 EarningsHow
and care, as well an good breeding, spring after they have been put out. 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Thomas, of

't r and individual benefits derived from Drought: damage is a common cause of Wateroak were week-end guests of A wave of economy is sweeping over
i- Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Thomas.
t a more efficient production rather: the trees receiving a setback which both houses of congress, the net result
:
number of animals these borers chance to workIn Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morgan, family,
than on an increased (gives a ; being:
'j.G" are policies that will be greatlyemphasized. them. mother, Mrs. Angline Melvin and Miss Decision by the house public buildings They Affected You
Beadie Croft attended church at Rock
) w TEST: YOUR SEED CORN
'. 0'\ : committee not to recommend pas.
''f' It is the wish of all who are working |1 Sunday. sage at this session! of a public buildings .
, in this campaign, that Florida be Good yields of corn cannot be ex- Messrs. F. L. Drawdy and son, Ar- bill. months ended H
the twelve
_dell, of Five Mile, attended church at During

's I Rock Sunday. Reduction committee by the of the house annual foreign diplomatic affairs - November 1, 1919, (its fiscal year,) I

II I Willie Fowler, of New River, was and consular service appropriation Swift & Company transacted its large
here Sunday.
bill to $8,843,038, which is $3- of busineis the smallest
volume : on
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Shaw, of LaCrosse -
FARM THRIFTFor
., I I ents. spent Sunday with their par- 085,125 ment's request less than and the$1,032,074 state depart-less margin of profit in its history.Sales .

( The Telegraph) than was appropriated for the present
Mr. and Mrs. II. O. Rivers spent
fiscal over $1,200,000,000.00
Sunday at LaCrosse with their daughter year.

od Elimination by the senate of an ap- '
Mrs. Dave Shaw.
1-Value of Time rows in the fields; clear ditches otl Miss Ida Dowling of Waldo is propriation of $42,500,000 from the ,.
Americanization bill and substitution
obstructions; clean out the stables, 'spending a few days with her sister,
""vr L The farmer Is a business man, and haul in bedding; repair tools and Mrs. Neta Dyal. therefor of an appropriation of $6- Net earnings $13,870,18134

? as such he should first of all realize buildings. And particularly, go aroundthe I'' 500000. ---I I
Democrats and Republicans for the
that time is money. There are three fences and see that no trees have TIIERESSA
I most part joined forces in the slashing Our shipments were in eJIICe8e
i aphorisms that should guide him in fallen on them and that there are no -
this respect; they are: "Never put off holes or weak places where hogs, Theressa Jan. 30.-Rev. E. C. Dickens away at appropriations, the vote of 5,500,000,000.

_, till tomorrow what you can do today goats or cattle may get in. of Lake City, filled his regular to eliminate the customary "porky"public

tr 1 ; ;" "A stitch (in time saves nine," The farm wife's domain is generally appointment at the Baptist church buildings bill being unanimous. This that
means our earnings were
The will
start the fis
$%, and "A place for every thing and everything neglected; she is often overworked, Saturday and Sunday. government !
cat year beginning July 1, with a deficit less than 1 % cents on each dollar of
in its place. but makes no complaint. She Is the R. M. Hersey has been spending a
ry The farmer should make his work-I partner in your business and you few days at Lawtey and Raiford on of 3000000000. Should expenditures !- sales, or a quarter of a cent on each

.t ,I ing time 05 per cent effective should see that she has labor-saving business. for 1921 be kept within the con pound shipped.Consumer.
servative estimate of billion
this, see that no time is lost in the and effective kitchen utensils See J. L. McEwen and family have mov- six they
morning by tightening bolts, mending that she is well provided with suitable ed to Middleburg where they will reside will probably be provided for, but there

__;L 1 I harness, hunting up lost tools, etc. wood. If you have a pump, let it be in the future. will be nothing left to take care of the -

I't Have everything ready. See that the one with tight valves, that raises the Miss Edith Sloan, of Sampson City, left-over deficit.
'" hands are provided with water in the water easily without tamping. If you spent a few days with her cousin, Miss "We have gone mad on the questionof The average consumer eats aoout

field so that they lose no time walkirg: have a draw well, have a clean barrel Estelle Woodard.J. conceiving new appropriations that l/2 lb. of meat per day-180 Ibs.

.', to the well. Have a shelter in each always filled up for her. Drawing water S. Griner, of Brooklyn, attended will reach into the federal treasury," per year. If he purchased: only
paid
field to to when shower is harder work than church here Senator McCumber. "The only
.. go a comes plowing.: Sunday.
'4 ,f"\ up, instead of hurrying home, perhaps I I When you hire hands, let it be understood Hlanton Owsley, of Jacksonville, is thing that will stop it will be when we Swift & Company products he
i J' half a mile. In the shops and that you expect full days' visiting homefolks this week.J. get to the end of the rope) and have "to would have contributed only 45

factories, where men work much harder work ami no trifling. Farm hands, V. Jones of Hampton, was a visitor bond the country to meet expenses. cents ((180 Ibs. @ % cent a pound-)
than on the farms no stoppagesor both white and black, have brought ton here Saturday. Senator Ilyul) said the taxpayers: of
t a profit to Swift &
the United Companyfor
States year
recesses are allowed before the science the art of finding excuses for John Hall was a visitor to Starke were "getting tired
?. whistles blow, and there is no reason shirking work. They will manage to Wednesday. of being overburdened.. its investment and service, less

why farm hands should need to sit'! break something so they can go: into R. M. King was a visitor to Jack- than one cent per week.
}I t. down to rest or "suckle their hoes." the shade and mend it. If everything sonville recently. How's This ?

In hot weather take out about 11 a. has been well "fi X:1'lI': before they I Miss Estelle Woodard was in Hampton that W. offer cannot'100.00 be for cured any cue by cf) HALL'ettarrtHAUL'S Our earnings were so small as to

_ m., but after the stock has been put start out they cannot find such ex- Saturday.John CATARRH MEDICINa:. have practically no effect on the
up find some work for the men to do cuses. Many of them are "medical Hall, Samuel and Percy Wood- en Internally CATARRH and acts MEDICINE through the: 1 I.Bloo take family meat bill.
in the shade They may grind axes, students. They will tell you they ard spent Saturday on Brooklyn lake on the Mucous Surface! of the Syitem.
repair tools and harness "have taken with Sold by druggist for over forty years
grease wagons a pill and feel bad to fishing, splendid luck. Price 160. Testimonials. free.
iJ etc. One hour nooning should !be find an excuse for lighter work or Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harris and F. J. Cheney A Co. Toledo Ohio. Live Stock Raiserswift -
enough. Try to disillusion yourself rest! The god: of the farm hand is children, accompanied by Mrs. Don-

II" from the notion that farming )is hard his stomach; he will overeat himself aldson, of Waldo, motored to Theres & Company handled in 1919

_.4' work; in Florida it is far easier than and take some of those pills that will sa Sunday and spent the day with FARMSalesman over 16,000,000 head of live stock.
many trades. break up new ground if scattered overit. Mrs Harris' parents, Mr. and Mrs.
fit I Provide yourself with new trace Stipulate that the "students" take M. (fall.S You can figure for yourself that

1 chains mending links, bolts, screws, :, their pills Saturday nights and have B. Woodard, who is employed at our earnings of 1 % cents on each

I,, wire, strings, wrenches, hammers, their cramps on their own time-they Bridgend, spent Sunday and Monday Wanted dollar of sales are too small to
,.,7 : :, paints, oils, grease, etc Have these will quit taking pills then and be better with his family.

+. things where you can And them, and off for it. If you have to employs!, Cecil, Daisy. David and Howard We wish to secure the services of a affect the price you received for

: ;,, v hen they have been used return them I, a hopeless shirker or "farm lawyer," Moore, who are attending school at reliable man to act as our local representative your stock.
to their places. Keep plows and disks put him at work by himself, where' Hampton, spent the week-end at their in this section of Florida.
", sharp by means of big files. Hard- ] his laziness and seditious talk cannot home. The capital, business methods and We paid all it was humanly pos-

'e- ware men keep a dozen different ,I hurt the others. Never put a slow I There will be a box supper at The- reputation of the largest farm agency sible to pay considering what the

;' styles of hoes, suitable for different1 man to work with faster ones. Farmhands I ressa Saturday night, Feb. 7th. The In the world established 1900, will be meat and by-products could be
y I f I Kinds of work Hare a good assortment like doctors and lawyers, have proceeds will be for the benefit of the behind you and your success assured. sold for.
Sy of hiws and always use the light-'' "ethics," and on account of these eth. I I Christian church. The public cordially Unless you have been successful in

est that will do the work; by this' ics they will not hurt the feelings' of : invited. other ventures, and enjoy the respect

means you get more hoeing done during ,a slow man by working faster than he. |I D. W. Moore and family and family and confidence of your townsmen do
the day. Each hoe hand should But do not set a bad example yourself.If motored to Hampton Sunday after- not apply. Experience not necessary Swift & Company, U.S.A.

r,, ', be provided with a small file to rub his you sit on the fence for hours at a noon. but must own an automobile.Our .

blade with occasionally.)( Such a file time, talking to candidates or Messrs. Garfield Johns and Lacy business is paying capable men

,' can be bought for 15 ov 25 cents; it by, your workmen are apt to pallll'n-I Wynn were visitors here Sunday. $3,000 to $7,500 yearly. State all
} will save you that much In money every and talk. Let callers understand that. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Batten, of particulars in first letter regardingyour
'
day it is used. you hare no time to talk, and they will Brooklyn, spent Sunday with rela- age, business experience and if
; When work cannot, be done in the not rob you of your time. This may tives. you are a property owner. All com-
l fields on account of rain or boggy be repugnant to you but a businessman 1,I Wednesday morning a short time munications treated confidential.
,ground you can find plenty to do for must do many things that he after Mrs. R. M. Hersey had put a Address.

yourself and your men. Cut a supply does not like, for the sake of prosper., fire in her stove to cook breakfast, E. A. STROUT FARM AGENCY
v { of wood for the kitchen; do what you Ing. Besides, you must sot a business she discovered that the kitchen had Heard Bide. Jacksonville: Fla.
can in the garden; make drain fur- example for your boys. caught fire from the defective ftue..1&t.t l-80-2t.

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EFRIDAY." JANUARY 30. 1920. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE SEVEN


tmNTaICOASTAL.-, -

-=== WATERWAYFROM Said honda to be delivered to the purchaser
IPth day rf J.nu.r A. T>. 1020. .. .. 1
t big printed.The
soon can -
BOSTON TO TAMPAof W. T. 'WEEKI. b 11. "
I .I"h to reject or all bids herebyla "
Clerk Cl.ul C..ap 4
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in* .Pne W.f the most compvdifnslve inan4 _1.28.5t.-1 SEAL, By C A. peputy Clerk.. .' BOARD FOR SrFCIAL.OF POND ROAr TRrSTF.FS AND MUCH ADO A PARTY FOR JIM


Pa. waterways urv y 1I ever under- COUNTY SCHOOL BK1POE P1STR1CT ONF. i
FINANCIAL
IFob akon in 1'lorula ia to begin immcdiktely IATF\F'T I'R"O.'ORI COUtm' FI.OR By FLORENCE BRIGHAM. By MATTIE A. RAMSAY.

.
: by the war derailment.fcTlre County Ruperintendenfa financial atatement 1A.1'" E. S. MATTHEWS. ,

.Te ; river and harbor bill of March of county eh.wl fund for the -nonth ofDecember 1-9-fH-S-a Cholron. 1
1919C.rnrral. JU
v_ 1019, carried an item for a preliminary School Fend

,, :- survey for an extension of the inland Overdraft IVc. I. 1111 _ ___ _.---_.1? NOTICE tl 155. .McClur I..P."I lindlcal..) l llllt. .. McClure Nawatiaper ayndicate)

P Keceipta! durinv month _____ ____.__.4-!-1 15W.rr.nt. from to himself all
Notice I. hen-l.y given that alxty days He had been chuckllni
St. Lucie Like a luxurious kitten buns Lee
- yn.trwuy through\ river St. l-.ued .___ _______ ..._-J 21.J* date, to-wit. on the. 19th day of February A. I
La.de canal Lake Okeechobee Ca. II.IRn.. Jan I 1910 __ __ _. _S118.72Platelet p. 1920. I will prearnt to the County Jud" rat (urlt'c upon the, IKM], wathl"l her day For that morning he bad leased

hatchie river into San Curios bay N. IThilane ., of Bradford County Florida my final ae Marion Keith. > all apartment and had a big, fturprlne ;R ?fleca
o & _.__ 11"11.
Dec 1. 1919 ___.._..___ 191 CountS and vourhrra of the of J. M, tudd'nl)
!k it ia this undertaking which is now ft*", eipta doln. month ._. _. '.ia Futch. d"'d. and apply for.t.t.the approval gaTe a sidelong (liince at ( comimtilon for lllr.tIY. They had 1'1'1 married

gin and carried steadily forward Warrants l.u __ _......._-_** of same and fir my final diacharire aa such and said lutlly: "Have you In May upon hla return from .'IUII.
._ .MM
1.IRn. Jan. I. 1920 ." __ " admtniatrator. md account of the houno Khortaiff,
completed. This means that the niRtrlrt No. t b"arc about I'hl 81\tr. Marion (ill

coastal waterway from Boston Balance D.- 1. 1919 -_....___.... 9941 Pot. the IPth day of Henmlirr A. D. \Vliut Htivut' tilnI'" nuked ( oilier they had been dlillccd to lite In a room

month .__. .__. ___ 150.52 1111. tC
Beccipla during ?- : tnke their meula out.
; mid
'amria and Fort Myers will prob- \\arranta iRanid"I? S. 1. FUTCH. til let, tuned toward the vpcaker.liy .

.._ _...._. .as AdminiRtrato of the Eatate of J. M. Ft..h.d. Ite In the, of spirit l>ornthy. .
.
become a reality soon. The dis-i 1'.I.n.' Jan. 1. 1920 .. \\ lia\fn't )'(fl 1 heard, reullyT" In j was gayest

engineers are now ready to proSited I Overdraft Dec Pi.trlet I. ISIS N.._.S--.___._. .151 1.11.9t-2.1 her exclteiiirut 1"111 fairly( bounced up \ho. uldt.r the clrctimiitnnceB,

with this survey. : llxcelpta during month ___..--...____ ,.III NOTKE TO APPPAR "'1 tlie l>fd. "Tliey any he's engaged to had rel allied her ponltlon. wns home
I II
I Varranta .naued _____._ _.__ .' In CI.,1 Court. Bradford County, Florida. Mn.iel Mriidleyl ot citurpwe don't I abend of him. Mie una I'omhlnl her
_._. _... V".16
I llalance Jan I. 11120 -- Th.tmpaonCunplait.ant. I
1 lV' Th. Commonest Generosity' DIstrict N.. 4 I. ) kmm for certain that It'a no, but Iie'a hair. He bent o\er to kll htr and

: Balance flee lt'19 __ --_-__. 0152 va I bt-en eeenlih her nil demolIshed her coiffure. She laughed
lot
yt( 'gome men are not only eager t( gir Hecelpw 1 month ___._...... n. 1.01 Johnle Thnmpaon I a mid we

) .. devil his due but They 1111"lnt on Warranta du.ln..u . ______T_.--_h__ JJ Oil fenriant think, If* Urrllile.. It It'a so, ln-cauce and kissed his cheek and began cmh.

Balance 1. 11+2t( __,__'_ "'__'_ BILL FOR PIVOnCK. I ", ) bly know h ', been ing again.
[4k-lng u fut lionu* It l 1' the Lord .1 Shoulders IH.Irlrt No. i .tr &0111
It bavlnir. l .lm affidavit that th.
by lit
'Wllo usually t find collections I'uol'-- _ _ balance. Pi-e. I. 1919 __....... .._ S ItYlorelpia tl'fcnIol. Johnii I. .. Ttmmiiaon..n IR a cltlaen of around wltli jou for I'' 'rf.t ages- ThIl wll( a bo181 enKerneNri" )

!.Houston 1'otii All Baking durinv month _._.__. __. __ 7 82 Ihe l'nw' of i'lrnla., but that hip wbereahotiteia I nnd -I" told lien of Ihe .iipurttiient, how his ulster .

"A'arranta laaued ___... ..._._--- and defendant I IR the I
that the over hud heard of It how hnppy' they
"I tlon't t ,
.1.0&( Cares Balance Jan 1 1950 _._._. .__..n 1 Hflltrirt age of tw..nly..ti' .. y"'ara. and that there fa no btII' 1t. broke In Marlon,
No. S one In the Slat of Florida ui on whom ..r'I... and 8111't'l| out cliiKliiit lieu ilwor behind would be. Anil what I utrolie .t.t18

tOMMlSHIOAEKS' SALE When CALUMET: n..lon. Pee 1. 10111 ..___......_ ._ J{ JJ can lie had to bind Raid defendant. dom I that hiatl l been when they lililtttlglit
.Hereby notice In irlvtn that under and bytue Tf....h.to during month -._......._ 17.o* IT IS lllrKKt-OMK conaidrred. and
of ttint certain dt-cree of partition mad, comes in, all baking Warranta 10.uN _..__.....-...._-__ ljudired that itaid .. ,o.I..d.. Johnii. Thomp I Afi'oMH the hull 11'111 UIIH 1 herknees their furniture at the redurtnlun.iiier
. ._ ___. _---__... M I' do to the . '. of ruleK. All his tho'ieht.
und entered In the Circuit Court In end for troubles take quick Inl..n. 111'1 1 aon appiar 1,1 com by, I the bed.' ci\er) tintt o\er, slit) lay
fflradford County: Florida. In Chancery on Iliatrirt No. 1>laint herein on or before the day of had etoketl auch plcturea and

|,the 19th tIny of January A. II.) 1IUII In Favor leave. You go right: Balance P.*. I. 1919 __ .._. .__.__ lU. J Jecill F..hr1orA I Ii 1920.) in default thereof a \u" "hl, lt'rlll. lirr henil 1"" Ill tin her rosy

I of Alice It Burn,ncy and her huRhand. A. n. ,< .la d".IR' month ___.._.__. __ >.JJ d*>cn, >e "r nfeRu, will h entered aitamat tlplillj' "II"'d lit til". "lli. I It riin't Ito I he, bad xpoken with utich eiilliiiilaxm I "O

I rtarrenry. Edith W lit and her htiRhand I. O. ahead and mix up tt:: >king Warranta I.A.I ___.___.. -..._..___ 4. the Raid Johnii Thcn.on.I | no I riill's like that at first he wiihti't (11"1\1 otII"rolhy's
I for I ', __ .__ la further ordered thIs notice he lInt Unit-t know, hut
Witt. J. FWilliama.. Ida William and WeaI material! .cuits- lalance Jan I. 1920 -. 131.1 that ,.ul.
ley Wllllama. mlnora. by their next friend, cakes ")siting without fear niatrlrt No. I 'I l.h..d In tin. Bradford County T.I."h. a no pence' ( lilt'. Slits reinenihoreil how I luck of ,ii'ti' i llliu'tltlS II|'-

\ j.g. Wllliama, cfinnilainanta and aunlnut J, of uncertainty. Calunut: maJ..t:1Iyou Balance r.... 1. 1919 _..____..._ -_. 1111 f ... I"hll.h.d at Starke, IIrRd..1 "n. little S r-he I Inn.1) 1 I lot ely-not proat.
\ F.1 __..__. ty. Horida. "ilct' tach vtwk for 1""n Ill
WlllianiR. defendant. the undci-Rlirned i commuwliincn (eceinla month "ill
{ will oftVr and nil In front of the Jorgit failure. Warranta' durin.. u __..._---.... -__ .15?; ,,.k. I" .n.lve Sll'I their luut (11ttl ho had I I lllH cheerlnei-s \'lnl hl'. I He *uliJected I

'court, houRe door in btarl,.. Bradford County. lulance .Ian 1.' 1020 _un __.___ 1- BniRtrlrl | WITN1IR.I EnFOF. I hare hen>unto (.n, In lute HIM! hitil diuu-cil( only her to a .blimp' aenittny. "It 1

.:' Florida Monday I ,, thn rtunr.ii: lit day the of lep/al/March.hnura A. of D. vale ItiJO. on tn CALUMETBAKING Balann Pee 1. 1919 -No.. .--*------.-- PII set Court .... MR.) the.. Dl'th .day seal of of Decemlier.the Circuit ... tulee wllh lier., Hut IIi luul tliiiiiKhtthat Bound nice,. ship ret in'tied "rlni. ;

'1 the hiirhcat and I bat hlddir for caah In hand. POWDER teceitrta during month ._.._. __. 2.111it'arranta A. D. 1919 lie looked tired-mill, lintln't ha "and W(' can talk, nhotit It after dllnlr.

.' th. followlnn deRcrilied. real eittate altuatcd and 1 .-__._--. -___... 40.1Inlnneo W T. IVF.FK8. fill iit'I, Come I'm '
brIng! In Bradford County Florida to-wlt bR"N. 1920 ._ _.___ _....... 4806DUtrirl Clerk Clr.,1 C.urt. Bradford ('..""tl. ,11111 lure thnti I hIlt' ; turhlh'I.
.. : : IB the rnmt popular bcrnu'e It dm clve Jn. (SEAL Florida. Itnck Wltgt'tl the Imtlle of hud, been trine curc1e
!S< The Northweat Quarter at Section 27, Town. intuit prrffri result. It hi* the UIK- No. It Ill CUI.tl Her tono I

jahlp 6 South Range 19 Kant and the South peat Orntand because it Is the most .1... Balance n.*. 1. lYlti _. --. -. 'I11 J fl] A. 8. CREWS tlouht slid ID) ally, until tho girl was and noncommlllnl.I SI. Ill, hn told lilm-
tweet Quart of fccctlon 27. TownuMn fl South fmdablr. The fact that it lathe bill- leeilpta durIng month ___ _u.n_ ** 8 Solicitor for Complainant. 1-2-St-l-SO
j Ranee lit .;.....t al>o the North Half of the Beat artier proves that It ia the heat.A Warrant taaiied ___ -_ ___-.__ 9 worn out At l hlst she dlmhl.f wearily ,,I Hint be mtmt lot bo too exacting. ,,1

Mortheaat Quarter and SoutheaRt Quarter of trial! will convince you; that there isnoncjuata..wd.1tuyacanif Balance Jan. I. 1B20 .__.. _. ___ 183.20nietrlct MASTFR'H: SALE Into ,' to Mitre for long hOl18 Into ndmltl' that It WItS rather tilgh- '
.'the North..t Quarter and the NortheaHt of you No.
\ the Southeast Quarter In Section 2N. Town are not antiHtied take it back and Balance Pec. 1. 11119 .__ _1_ . 54.14 IThiler and bylrlue of a FtnaJ Pecn-e of the dark thlnklti|{-thinking. handed, of him to hav taken the wholerevponolldlltv

ft ahlp 6 South flange Itf F.ant Ala. beffintninir net your money back. Rec'ipta dilrlnpmonth __. ......._. a,>*1 Fon", loaure niiulu and ...n..d by lion J. T. A week WElt liy with 110 word from I Ite Khould ha\e conmilted .

at the Northeast corner of the Northeaat Calumet contain-only such I nitre.iienta laaued ._._______._......... Wllla. Judge of the Crcuit Cinirt of ....rl... the
Mill back from -
J Wornnt .. __ .M Eighth Judicial, Circuit. In and for rerhnpa" lie waa nwny, I.ut hBinnft ber. tloltiK ) reaInurnnt
J Quarter of the Northweat Quarter of Section < have been approvedtilbually 1920 _____. ..._ 100 Ir.dlu.dCounty.
I *.. Townahip 6 South Range 19 Eaatl thence by the U. S. I.'uud 1.lon. I I'I.tn' No. IXBalance In (hancery aittinir. In that "Mn, wrote 1 I telephoned 10 tier, lieu be 11"1\171.d. hit the atmoit

{ run. Went 140 yarda to point of commence. Authorities. Pee ._n__"''_ 1114 41KecelrtR eauae wherein the Pleat National "' Ill or would leave heard.She I did
,
iimentt thence South 140 yard. thence Went Tea .. ... during month un.uu_ 1JJJ (;aincevllle, a ..rIK..lon. waR e..loln.nt, lot .hI (l'hl'I( e"lr.
EtlO yard. I thence North lOt yarda i thence sere a fee Bar Warranta ________.nU.__.__ and T. Shaw M. . fl.1 Unit her frleiidn all rttled" lier.. "Trf-l'e, have nil atralght\ Ott. I>oro. .

I HaRt 210 yard to point of comvnrncem.nt.Sontalning Tea*R.. wan ,.* eM U. Balance .' 10.N. 1920 ___ ___ .__ 18M.HI .....d.'n.lanl I, the underaliined. .Special She would i>rowe to them that, tht did .. be said I' once more In f
MA. 'led and will veil before 111'ly.
1 I upon
"I.
aix acre more or I leaaf containing,4 lll.trtrt N. ISBalance hyo
\,, all 46 a....... more or len.. HIGHEST _ Pec 1, 1919 _nn.n__ 8. the .... ,,,.. door In Stark Bradford not rare I And no Ilrh'l ran to Uie their room

N. P. WAINWRIGHT QUALITY ki _.. ale on Monday the 2nd day of ant (ali He ejea tl'OI
A. S. CREWS. i-aued ._.___..... ... Foh.ur.lU20. '
HIGHEST Balance Jan. I. 1920 __ -.__ ._..._ S45? the aame being a legal aale day. to harry, who was (only too glad to find ipl'eiil' that stirred tier. She knew _(,if
C. E. AHEARN Commlaaloni-ra.> N.. 14Balance hl..het and beat bidder the following deacrlbed tier In such a reaponalve For what
for home and with
7., ADKINS. AWARDS Ol.tri. m"M. his longing a ;
Pee 7. ..___. ___ _. 111 R J real .tt., .wl\
alie
Comiilainanta' Solicitor l-SC-tt-3-27 I durinir month _.__--*____*._ Two ... ) and South In Soulh- days motored with him, 5115(1) be talked of the fine IIOIIHO wnnn-

n"It taaued _. __.. -__.. I.o Peat Corner of Lit Ten ((01. ales the South with bun (liinoed wll hint lauKhed lag they would have, If they. only had
W.rnt
'I'' SPECIAL MASTERS BALKUnder . . 1. 120 .__.___. __ u Half (SVj,) of Lot Four ( all In Section wills him and did lier, to quiet thaIierHlMent '
b..t when tie,
Pi.trlet Ne. II Seven ((7)). Township Seven (7)), South. Range a little flat. Two ,.t'nr. ago,

I ; h, and.. made by virtue of a Final Decree ofPore.clnaur. Balance Pee 1. 119 ___._. __. 2R f Twenty (20)) Eaat the asp,. to be Bold a* the at'he In her heart but with Ind Ill,> brother bad gone his
and rendered by Hon J. T.wiiIl. frOHI.
> ,____ -- ._ of L. T Shaw and A. M.
'ffj>, .. Judge of the Circuit Court of Florida Recelnta duringmonth -- i pn.IP Ih.w. hl little success.'him broken
:IKlirhth Judicial Circuit. In and for Bradford Warrants laaued .__....__........ satisfy and pay paid '' Dr. lonie had been up.

/ count?. In Chancery .Itt n... in that certain Rraph and that the following la. to the beat 1.lon.!.. Jan. I. 1920 ._._ ._....._ S4 P 1 1PlRtrlrt At..n"" a Keea and Coata.Termat came tie club dames For three That *he waa not f. keen about a

nat wherein Alfred. R. Fax, .... eomplain- of his knowledge and belief a true statement Ne. 14Balance C.h. jeara I'hi lied taken Marion to the home Jim had never dawned upon
t t. and A. R. Johnaon and Independent Ferliaer of the owner-hip management etc.. of the I I>ee. 1. 191* _-_-___-.____.. 1948Iteceipta A. S. CREWS. i club but aa
who
J ,I Company corporation defend aforesaid publication. for the date shown in during month ___.......__. J. C. ADKINS Special. Maater.Complainant' It waa Harry cam Dorothy. Hut now that she wa f.lltl

\\I, it*. I. the nnderalirned.a. .. Special were Pdaatar.V. the ........ caption required by the act of An Warranta laaued _.____._. -.......-- ItO Oil Solicitor.. llBtlaOORDFR for her tllllt and found her IO.llol uch possibility the was flaMI at

levied upon and will aell before. the goat 24. 1911 to-wit zThat O.rdr.r Jan. 1. 1920 ___....._____... 10(2 chiffon dress, hIts a I site( '
waaaorry
ili' "irt houae door In Starke Bradford County. the namea and addresses. of the pub.liaher. 1)'n' 9771.lanc. FOR PUBLICATION V"1 cloud. Her heart waa whirl of her dlllnttrtIf'cn," Though .
\ Pee 1, .____ .__. .- rosy a aho tnnuttuupeak
irfda between the 25 disappoint him
legal hnura of Bale to
.i on editor and bualneMmanairera In Circuit Court. State of Morlda Eighth.
editor manatrinit __
.... _
; the Reeelpta during month emotlona. Would Phil LIe> at the dance}
ond.y. lat day of March A. T>.
1920. ,
Judicial Circuit Bradford County In Chan Hhe nnlledia
are I Warranta _.___.. ......_ T.HOBalance the truth ; though
i.u.d --
aame bring legal sales day to the hfffheatd I'ubllaher. 1?. 8 Matthewa. llta."" Fla. Jan. I. 1920 ._ ._.__ 29.08 eery.Kuhy. Wllit would Khtt or do It he were? be of UI. .
talked
beat bidder the following' deacrlbed real Editor, E. 8. Matthewa St.r... FlaBuaineaa --- Gorman. Khe was aware

-All ate. that_wit certain i of manager. E. S. Matthewa. Starke.Fta. Balance Pec n.tn'. _Ne.__ _II._._. -.. 14 SReceipta CII.I".nt, Aa they ('ltt1 the .Iea ball together aadncxi that tinged ber r4-ily.,
piece parcel tract
or during month _. ...--. __ 1H4T I ""1100'* eager eyes looked She didn't want to give her polltlon. -
md and -- up
attuate. lying heine in
Bradford .. G. Gorman.Defendant.
.. .
That the owners are E S. M.tt. StarkeFla Warranta n___ _._.. .. -._ 1100Balance E Quickly about, and Invtlntttvely aharihrank
Florida and dcarribed
unty. aa follows i I."e had, ralrie of $5
PillS
1920( __.. _.___.____ Today I ;
';i I The Eaat Half nf the Northeaat Quarter. That the known bondholder. mortvai-eea andother 1 N. 1* IH.14ni.tn' I apptariittf by .fld.vl appended to the back ngalnat the' 11; for now $:if> H week. And Khe dl'ln't 'have J
t1 d Southweat Quarter of the NortheaHt Quar security bottlers owning or I filed in the that G. R
h.lcln. Balance' Dee. __. ___.. I RlBecrinta ni. Was dancing' Mabel
I r. East Half of the Routhweat Quarter. tier cent or more of total amount I..nd.. riurinamonth- _-.. __ 11.26 (iortnan. 11,, defendant therein named la a 11"l't I'bi. the, Ktrength, 1'1 the, Incllnntlon, after
c t >utheaat Quarter of Northweaf Quarter and morUraitea or other are None n. realdttnt ot th* elate of Florida, and ..0n..I.hln..1 and looking lilt)" her ul.turu.d. round the .
._ I to
"uri.l. Warranta .._ _..._...... working I nil I dny, putter 11
.. hweat Quarter nf Northwest Quarter oft F.. S. MATTHKW8 Balance .I.A.. 1920 __ ____ ._..___._ 1282Pletrirt ao that process of auhiniena ..nn. be laUlllnl face with I Hinlle.'Come .
Ion II. Townahln 8 South Kanire 22 Eaat I Sworn 1o and atibacrflied before me thia 21rd No. upon him and I. over the ave .I twen bourn* ut night., Mvlng IllS" 100 high

Alao Routheaat Quarter of Northeant QuarT day of Janu.l. lft. 0.I Balance 1 tec. 1. 1919 _ .I. ._. __ all HI ty-one yru | It I. therefor ordered th.t said.
of Section 4. Townahip 6 ,,",uth. Range 22 I lS.alt I C.EO C. WHITE. Receipt' durIng month .. ._._.___ 0249 non-realdent defendant and la hereby required hitpplly' I und IlK U II g MurUui Into I the IflO week ? l
itt' My commiaion ".'. Jan 14, 1923 laaued __ __.. ..._.._ II Hit to ap|'ear to the. of complaint filed expcnncii ('0 I "

4 Alan Lot One ((1) Two (12\. Three I8>. W.rrnt . 1. 1920 u.n__._.. 1411.HOPlatrlet in aald' ro. on or before Monday the 2nd ('r"w,1 "\I'U Kllly I I I boy" Khe Kiilil u.i ill ly, ")'IU
of
ur 141. Five JIlt nnd Six (9i.> or the Weet. COMMISSIONER'S SALE Na. SIYlalattop day h.b.u.r., A.bill I. 1120. taken otherwise the Tim: lift li, Inin-c found her 1/1111 withHarry. lime no Idea. whnt eltil lii's ,'ist tothiy." ,

alf of tho Southwtwt Quarter of the NorthRt Pec. I. 119 _.... .__.._ IB .11'101. .r .II I. .con- l l .
> Quarter of Section 2. Town.hlp fl Routh Hereby notice la given that nnder, and by Beeeipta during month ____. .__._ 1R4R1Warranta r.ed paid do..nd.nt.Jt Itlll"IIly .ll I..rd I nay IIt, opined' I Imx t nnd clol.II'd n new .
virtue of that certain nf partition made la further . thla, order be pub.
d.'er. "Hfllri I I" and looked to
_ nee
__ _ 100(1 t"rlol up
mae 22 Rut laaued -_ .._ u : Klllt. "That COst hIP $I IHI.(
..
Circuit Court In and forBradford liahed once week for five week .
and entered In the a
..... 11120 ____ .. .___ ._ HOBO .n.utv.
Alan I. Thirteen /1181. Ftiurtcen (141 FIT.1M thetilth Balance Jan. I. In tlie, Bradford I loris tmilllng' lit her, mill uliovn theColdin
, county Florida In chancery on c.un.y 'r.lelolh. a newaiaper Jim '. red.. I Her money ; not
lll.lrlct No. 22llatanee
en < Sixteen ((161. "y..nh..n171./ ), EI..h.n fl..1
daY of A. T>. In favor of pulillahed In ,, ,I I'a lookingKlrulKht
1181. Twenty-one ((211 Twenty-two ((22) Alice ,Jonu.r. her lP21."."ond. A. BSurrency. pee. I. 1919 __.. .. 11.27II.'ceIpta ''hl. mat.Id, 2919. Illd. 1'1,1' ci'iiy eye din he tlitiiighit. And' MO u nil bin benti-
ft fh.n"y during month __..._ __ 1 H'flWarranta v.mb. I I Inlo I own.Sho .
eenty.thre. 1211.' Twenty-four 124 '. or theirthweat 11'1 .
Quarter nf the Southwest QuarterSection Edith Witt and her nil-hand L. 0 laauid. -__ n__.. ._.._.._._ loll 00 W. T. WEEKS. t tlful I I d IreiiniN' .111..1. 1 1,, r"-"lt'n"

ij j I. 2. TownRhln' ft South Range 22Att. Witt.Weeley J. 1. Wllom... and.. by Ida..WIII.mR. and, Balance Jan. 1.11120: . _=:"__.. ___ u .VI 1".1). .. ADKINS Clerk Circuit, Court. tnlHaed her Mti'p' 1111 Hurry I to 11'1 ralHe nml (to bin ineiiger milury I

,h : beinir a part of Cummings Subdivision, .,. F William. and .fr"nd. 1"'Po No. JBalanee >- Solicitor for 1-2-6.-1-IO lookitl ht IK'r fiirlotihly. "Wlitit'a t liematter hurt him. She knew of Ida,
eom"I.ln.nt. __ .. _. Cumvl.nan.
>f Section 2, TownRhlp A South Range 22 Pec. I. 1919 . . 1219" 1.lhlll
. he axkeil.
..it. F. Willlama.. .. underaiirned aa. Receipt, during m..nth _... --____. I I U"' ; tn'd' I lo t'lirn ('xlrl find of his nun
1 E. M JOHNS commlRalonera will of.. and ..1 at the Wairanilaaued .____. _.._. .... BIRO I COMMIBBIONtB'8 BALE "A 1111 U', MIII Worth for
30-61-2-27 Special MuRterSPFCIAL d.n.of the late WilAm.. n.. Balance J.,,. I. 1920 _ __._ .___ 18400Platrirt Htrthy "ole. i Hivtn Uiat under and by on ; Mi ( mid quiet figuring' : lark
inrton Snrintta. Florida.. nrdrnrd county virtue of dour,. of partition madeand 11' tiiilrnny I. 'I.1 and whll. I that It COM! tery little "'rt
during the legal houra rf aale.' on Mondnv.the _1._ __1_... _.. 1 t "...
Balance Pec. I. 1919 12007 littred in the Circuit Court in and fur I. little Mat. At I Ihl '. went
lo )
H to thehlcrheat
MASTERS SALE 2nd day of February. 1920 hI
Vfecrlpta 1 during- month -__.____. Bradford Cou.t Hurida, in Chancery on the Sud Not'ce' I. hereby given that under and by and beat bidder for caah In hand thefollowing Warranta laaned __--..._............ 1.11 lat day of Ue.h.) A. II. I VII. favor of 1111 CH.IM"'I' by Ito felt lonely, Inc .depn-wed, to an
. d..ulb. personal property altuatedat Balance Jan. I. 1920 _. .__ .__ 1,1,172IHatrirt Alva C and unlinK I luwlrl I.r. 'nt, I hull slit I Unitperhiiprt I
v-irtita of a final d.. of forecloaure made the ... the lute 'Wiley Willlnma, Alivrnatliy. widow ) Abernathy extent, I that I'tlrolh" didn't. 1.117.
and entered. In a certain cauae iiendinir. In the Ne. 2 1 iMiKine. Abernathy, a minor, by tile neatfriend I It WIIH I Iliury I come I to find her
In Bradford County. Florida to-wll : Balance Hoc. ____ _ 10 HIIteeeltita Alva They n erred I I to I Hint mibjcttagnln.
1. 19111 __ and I"v'r
Circuit Court of Ilradford County Florida eull.l.ln.n.
on look
of atock cattle two mulea. on. A.r".thy. Cuuxed to mill MtooilI'hll.
Nine head durinir month .... ........ .. U 4flWarranta auallut Lush 1.1 up. 1".1" f\e nhotit
he i chancery aide of Raid .. made and entered I I lur."L' K. B Hurreney her I Jim I Kdii [ mone -
.0.1.( forty
about
hn.. .ho.t fifteen head of h"I. __.. I Miirhin ullll I while herheart 1"11
I-aued 111 liURband Eddie Hat
on the tith day of January A. I). 1020 on. . - and Bttatra Abet.liatIty very ,
about of I I He I her of hlx "rnlie.
hi ad of ehlckena seven peee.one ___ __ __ > 1.1,1
...he.in the American Trust Company; a cor .... anilharneaa Balance Jan I. 1920 _ (IB 4KIMalrlrt .dvfcndanta, the und..I..n..d. a* cone.fliaaion.ra. the Ic'\'r
ktaoratlon. administrator of the estate ainnle buggy and ho" one surrey No. I IBalance will ... and soil Irt rn., of thaI II'k..1 Ir M."IM. One liorothy u renewi-il I her I'ro
aa !
Vf G. F. Marklllle deceased Is com one two-home wanon. one alnvlewniron. Ih"' I. 1IM9) ___.____..... 7fl 81 !|I I houth iKHjr of the In Mor "NinI I nil down?" iiHkeil I 111, ..1.11'trl I .elY, time I which
machine, turt.u. Strk. Koine
ono hay h.l'r. one mowing ...__ ..____ 10,nnWarranta poNitl Ir.\'luuI.
la'nant. and W. S Parker, Delia Parker. Reeelfite ilurlnir month ida. duruitf' the hour of Mon wua II In his Milre. AN
i Silia wife John P. Coffin et ala defendant one hay rko. Inp stalk ul. one dlak one Uaued .-. __.___ --_ -_._. 1000 I Ilay, Ilia. 4.id day of 1"'bruary A. D.1U-CI.. tothu Ir.II" Jim hud IniHr-rinntly ,,, '. tlmtKhe '

& vndcrslirncd. as special master, are will ...11 .beforethe cane' mi. one a"o. k.II.. one one hundred lot of general htiah-, Balance Jan. I. HISO - -. _ IB''IB.. biglivat arid beat biuilur for Cwib In hand ilil'l.Ii. did not HI"'lk. lul.11 ihalr' be to pay' her Hhnre, anti
tm.I..m..nt. .b"t nielrtrt No. 27Balance the following. aituattd and over and Hit down herilde her. 11""I'd
prulHity '
.. court house door of Bradford County. 111
o..ell.o
ela of corn .IKut hundreil hairs of hay __ _... ,HOIteceipta I It WIIH incepted' with tlmtliorothy
Clarke Pi-e 1. 1019 . 4 lying In : 1'1 Illrly o
.
1 Florida Monday, the lat of ,
t on day atiout Irael..d tunt" J10rld. to..I I hpoke. heKltntIniily. he
March 11120. between the legal houra of sale. atxiut two hundred ow..t corn .ot.. during month .. ._ ._ till ItWarranta 'J h" 1.lr ... andSoutheaat I'hl "Mlrlun. WIK Ktnrlled. "Iveil; Jim I wna

;.- the highest. and beat bidder. for cash the ..ypntl-lv Irlah potato cratea. atiout one iRaued _._____ ___.. ..___n__ R11,, of Nortlitraat Quarter ua"r and I/id. "I dun't know HH you've lout lt'.l

.;* following described. real estate situated, aid Ford eypreea .hn..I.* and one five paaaintrer llalance Jan I. 11420 u, _, uu .__ Ui'2Iliatrirt Northwest Quarter of Huuthwvat Quail," andHouthtaat It. or uireil. hut. 1 lni\fn't l.t"1. around, .un.rl..llt Im..lt.

being In the countY of Bradford and State "rk'j .ulm..bllo. No. 2H Quarter tif Houlhwtat Quarter blJuctlou No\emher: I ( nine, tine Iv'nlll l>or.
A 1NWR1G T. Balance 1. 11119 __ ... ___ 117,OB ( 21, 7 aa ..11'.1) ..
/ Kami. 21
r-aat
; Florida and d..rll..d. n 'lownahlp ,111
n aa follows to-wit t A. S. CBFWS, D. tuth. othy f went o\er, to "<'" Jen-
Ilr flllII
_ ,89Warranta ,
n. month
conlalnliig 200
.. North Half of the Southweat --. n acres Ima Also the "No. In curious tonelenH -
(JVThe Ree 2A Quarter C. E AHEARN.. IRaued _____________.. __._ 2000Balance Houthwvat ijuaitir of no Southeast end ,"hll"l'lun. a nil who nnflr-et at cmco t rnllhl"i'd, I
Township A. South Range 20 : I
Y>/01 r.aat.cA.eJOntainina Cornmlaalonera. tu.rw. "
/ ; 80 acres. more or leRB. A. 7 ADKINS.Complalnanfa. fan. I. 11)20) n __ _ ...___ 1.7,94 t.aat: Half of Huulhiaat guarur of 112. \olce, "JIIH IIvl't.,1. , wlKtftil look ''In Porotliy'a fare. I'er-
niatrirt N. 2t Jownahiti 7 South, Itange 21 t t. containingUO "
reinenilier laid
l E. M. JOHNS. Solicitor. l-2A-2t-l-10. Tialance Pec. 1. 1919 __ __ ._n'_' 17.1 l lAeeeipta acrt-i, more or l ii,u. Also:ho, \ you |hnt tlgItaliCs. rinpa Nhe unit ..llnnlll to r 'nll/e that

A.4 V. LONG. Special Mailer.Solicitor . during month ...u ... _.. Quarter of Houthweat Quarter and W.t tutho.t Ihey told me that y"1 wern enfiiKed r4ir, WIIH ". worth far

"IiiIE for Complainant. l-8n-5t-2-27 Warranta Iou.d ___"'_ '__ _' .. _. _. i II 7B of t.u'I'.t' Quarter and North..t (, I.lr ( I that fellow., a II'J' ..n.Ulhl) .
NOTICE OF APPIICATION FOR TAT DEED Balance . 1920 ._____ ___. _. OtiS t.u".t uan... of Section 22. luwnahlp Iu.r. 7 '. Mlrl"nV, more than ':1. .... f'I
SECTION SlIt OF THE ( Huine tint with tonIght I
I'NDFR Easy. )'ou'rt
Plalrirt It 21 160 .
.t. containing
tu'h. ltn. acrea learn filled Horothy'a TlienKhe ,
FINANCIAL .
.CLERK'S STATEMENT OF 4'3'Ps.
CFNFKAI, BTATUTFSNotice Balance Pee. I. 1919 .____. _._.___. fiN 911Kenelpta more or ... Also the ta-t ttir.-guarU At fIrst I didn't believe It, ami a''
Iti COUNTY FITND8"Monthly la hereby given th.t W I. BUKB.nurehaaer during montn .__._.___.. .71Warranta of r.aat; of Quarter of ..lectionXH. confeiwi-d 1 that Hhe hud been bonnehunting f'
; financial statement of Bradford of tax .'. No. the __ ___ 1.1 louth..t "4'1. It Hure luuked It a ml) now Hhe"
tounty .rtlf. 19. tot..d I.u..d -- __. .. M 70 7 21 beat. eou- nnd WON iroiighly (Hiiheurtened. .
for the month 'Jo..hll tuth. I"
of December. 1919, 7th day of July. 11)02) pall' Balance. Jan. I 1920 . __ 24 9 II ., .laaa. the they say It waa till a joko and he'N
.t General Fand certificate In my office and haa made application N. Northweat of Huuthcaat Al ,. She. wunted to begin where site ,
( Balance Dee 1, 1919 -- -------------- 41t9.00ecei.ta for tan, deed to Isaac In with n.tri. I I".rt. u.r. ulH YOlr eoimlfi, I/d"-h. turned I ptiz-
._
.ordon.. Balance Pee 1, _ . 7. 0Recclpla evtin ill, 7 South, ICariue. 21 Last and .llt,, hud when they lined
during month --- ---------- -2nft8 RO law Said certificate emtiracea the .. .. durlnamonth __._.?_.?.. conuiinlnir, 4U acrea, more or lea*. Also th.Nur.h..t rled hurt face tt. Mlrl"nhii ilov* II"rt'I.
['Warranta l-sue.l ------- --- - ---------MM ItSBalance 1..1.I""MY. situated 1 In Bradford county Warrant iRRued ___--.............._ Quarter of Northeast Quarter and I 7' 10 talk over fill Ih. hll'I""II/1' of the
P.* 81, IfllB -------.- ------- OB7.21 .. _ 7.80 I nl'II. 1)11' '
Jan 19.0 N Now
I. of NW north of of "
FlnrlA. -" river bectlon day.
tv Fine and Ferfelrar* Fand A coma 18 of NW Cor SoutheaRt lol.n. January. I 'O."RAna'0I1 .1 u..t. '"Jhen you're not riiitMKeil?' t/.y "r.111"1 .'r.tI"I'
iBalanee .. ... .. d 1 : Township South llaniie Zl baiL, eon.tainln Irl'l Jennie had begged to Hlid
1kw. 1, IH19 .. .. .....9455.90kai..Ittts Quarter of South,' See. theneeS "P"I t.11
f durIng month ______________ 18B yih. thenee E 154 Qu.rt.yd. to run 2.branchthence 10. I NT.. houlh.Half MO of.NortHwuat more or Quarter I. . tb Marion Im.kly. "nnd, you're" riot "01'1 Ih. cl.l. Ilirongh, her were .,, itch l

VarrantR iRsned -- --- ------------- Fda.79talance nn run of branch to line of aald lot 1 the .. to mnrry Mabel Ilrldl.y'lil. ?
hereby certify that of Nonhwem
rn..oin. at.t. Quarter of Quar. four I In I Dorothy
Pec, 81, 1110* 1 -- ---- ------ ----2870.11 th"ne W tn point of tievlnnlntc. hounde bvH mont of the 1..1 and .. of tr 1.1.r Hectlon 27. luwnahlp tuth.'ut lianv* "\v ," 1'hi II, "" ii t do youIIit.lIr loom ,.I.rl II.lrt".nla.

Road Fund Sauna on W A O W. }vtn.. f the funtla of Ir.M..rd.unty for the month II Last, eunlMiiilng LOU acres, l.uth.or leaa.Alao ?" 11.1"1"1 wan Jiibllnnt.I Wllh I gratitude, ehe
I
Balance Thw. )
1, lola 4827llteeelpta .
R
Sec 7.
---------------- levy Johna on E.. of Pecember. entrect the the described I und Jennle'H
propurty lylrin upon' -
unitgeKtlon
during month 27I fulowl"1 "'% tborle "ahl--" 1""I.c IN.I
------------- Fa-t. 1J A. beat of knowledge and beliefK 'hiy
I Warranta lasued ..................... The aald 'land being aaacaRed at the dot of my R I'Or'I'FLI.. and being, :"ulty of AI.hu. and Htateof I Hint" sue take .1 I III'S mother nndalKler
to-wlt : 'lie Quarterof Mill a whii Iii Is. "It I
.I.rd. leave
aIan.!. Dec. 81. 1019 -- -- ----------- 45(4i the laaiianre, of pitch certIficate In name of I'ubllc tuth..1 tuippreHwd her
.lIu.rin.n..nt l.tP..tlnn.IALE Nurh..t ( of .. "' ,Into (onlldence, for Jennie
-i Outatindlnr Fund of T M. Willlama. irnleaa aald e..lf.'o.hol 7 ju.r.. ItlO T"wl. will f loris told 'me uhniit you he criedI'lill'a .
Balance pec. 1, H'lK 374.14 to law. luh. I.o" XI .nt.al''" 4u acres WIts unxloiiH to that
---------------- be but III" hotels 1.1 br"'h.lt".I.
.d.m..d oe."rdin. OF BRIflCE BONIIH m.ro l.. Also the West Half of .. ejl'M r.l. tlKht-
teeelpta dunn, month -.---- -.- -... .IA luau on day of FebruaryA. 10AI ANI .t .
Varranta laaued .. th..n. H..by that at 2/811 o'clock U.I and Wuat Half south uf river of their Kni.|i Ill) hers, .
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lalance Dec. 81. 1019 37683rf official and seal this21st p. m. the 10th day of V.bro. ja, 'lownahlu 7 Sulh. llariue 21 tiu.1, .1.e The next week Tiorothy, worked tuird
---------------- my "I wan .and I wanted to
.I.n.tu. onlaininar 40V acne, l less. J"I.III just
house In
at the county court Hlarke.
DrelnaFand day of J.nu.r. ?. 1\20. J. M. I didn't he niiirnliled and In 1g. I' \eryt lung wuai I Im pluce.
FBalane* Dee. 1. lOIS 1190fReeelpta W. WEEKS Horda. the unde..l..nl will offer 1. RaleIIOOfluO.no ALVAlEZ. ..hy"u fare, /
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durina-. month 1.00 I Clerk Court Bradford County FlaBy par vl. the $$1)60.0110 ofI.ooia J. W. ANIIWt. Jit., In mid then, ruining' JtInl.lt Mhe hud never Ne<>nHiub
-------------- a .Iul..d01 ;
V Warrants Issued ... Cll'Iul C. A. KN10HTDeputy to be iaauud by Special Road and IlrluVlPlatrict H. A. WIIKt.un'.lu..n. (, ho like Sleii l ,N ,.edthe I
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Ilia he at ru IK lit Into RI'lrtl""t. .
Balance Dee 81. 111141 120.HO I IWldawe Clerk Number One of I)rail ford County.Florida 1"1.1 l"uln. I"uk.d
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-1tr Penalan FundStaance (SEAL) 1.231112.20.NOTICE authoriaed. by Chapter 7U90 a amentld A. V. LONG. her eyea '1.1! nail) >|Ill I.ly. : "therenever look of the room, (the good taste,

Dec. 1. 11119 l _____-__________ by Chapter. 791 Lawa of Florida and In tn..nl Solicitor l-2--l-90. hut Marion anil i-Kpetlully, I I lUlntt I I In the
tie ruol.
accordance with the of \1 unjbiiijy) }"I.
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R4
1R9
leipta during month r.luto" 1..d
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[ ''Warrant Issued 1500 OP APPLICATION FOR TSX DEED: of hood Trustees of tb.. dlolr' and you know It. I don't ever w alit to axift. glow of t tlmt hiiliilHome iii iui '.
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I Balance Dee, 81. 1919 ..- - ----------- 1744 IM: >FR GENERAL SKCTION KTATVTESHeby 571 OF THE January 6th. 1920. Nolle I. .r.. uudwr and by live ii nor In, 'r two week I like I then lust i It wile three, > nlghtH Inter, und Jim.
V < 6, 1920. The paid bonda a. to lie dated July virtue of certain final decree of .
[Bradford* County. January notice la irlven that P, B... Hunt.' I 191V and will b l.d In twenty-elarht l lt made and lMc mki>r fore.closure IDlh, two T"I I me, you dor..?" | a* "be Kupporvd.' with I Hill I I, hit "ror'r.

jy Btat of Florida.Jt Pirehan of part of tax aale .rtlfe.t. by num.Inred the' I . tb 8.1. to mature July lit, 1929, by .lonuraule r"o..o. WII. Judge of this Murl""' tr."ulouM. happy undle I were coming I to huh k s u cull. I liorolhyWIIM
IM5 and IS ,
hereby certify that the foregoing statement retuwtiv.iy 1V.U, eacb aueeeedinir' avrlea to matureone r.ighlh, Judicial of County, I' riidlant and' aweet, Khe knew
..1 Crul I
Collector of County. Florida.Said ,', I henl to hit
Tax later than the aerlea which precedes niiNwer
year was
t fvth* receipt and rllRhuraementa of the Ir.cro.I lorlda.. In favor of fc. W. llaym. wtlh.M Ihl
...rtll..t. l the 4th day of It. that to say, Series A mature July .. > ln hli the, tutu hh I ," muttered HO its .Ilm i ,lo\f l
iutd. e.f Bradford County for the month of and haa filed Raid aertlAateaI 1 I .II "um,1..nt and ".a.t N G hague, defend kiss .the) hiin" h. 1..ld OWI. 1"11 >
A will
AUK lat. July 1. 1J.
1mbe,. 1119. IB true and correct to the l1ll. 1. I special mailer will uller" her find I lily were together
I In my office and haa made application for taT: and on. to be offered for sale .nt un.nl".d gay voice of fiorla brukt In "1 their
Bale .
hnd
I twee of my knowleda-e and belief. d bore in aeeordanc with law aforeaald 8 will followa I.nt t court h" door at. Jefinlc lolned liln mollier' und' slat
d Ui aa : Btarka, a" UI..I| erIn
a .
|R-- W. T. WEFK" Florida during Klial of 'al.on you'vo mlll"
I The Raid certlficatx emhraceath 1 "1.000.00 each of Serial A, B. C D, E, r.O. t' h.ur h"I'III"a..1.
I .lv.ly
MMBAL) Clerk Circuit Court MuuiJay, the ,god of J-ebruary, 1920, the. klti I 'hen, who V. ov'rtl"
lands In I'. H '1.And two \V. blNJ look Inig everywin .rl r"J"'I'1
> following e.unty. Fn.lido . II, I. J. K. L. M. N. O. <| R th you '
Bradford County I date of the issuance of 1 Y '. fulow" dv..d peiaunal property, towlt I (parly Pt, h Ii". heefiprepured
o..d.t t. I I .1.9.0t each of U. V. I'"' for you f'otne on' und ulieprilled : ,"rl'II. ,

certificate In n.m. reapi tlvBly herein1 AX and IX. ___ non to her feet und led her' ;, They thrlllinl when 1 the hell. !
;
; I after particularly act forth to-wlt Twenty-Ill, of stock cattle and 1 theirIncreaaa I "
""I' No 111 embraces the Northeaat L The paid lands to bear interval at I per had the dunce floor rung un'l I door openi'il I, A mottient'a
". ''iBTATEMFNT OF TIn: OWVFHSHIP. MANtFMrN'T. Certificate 1 cant annum payable acm!>annually In New .,.. .lu..r.k. undrhl In one toward ."kilf..r 11.
per
RPOI'IRFD Bl ACT OFCONGRESS Quarter and Fail Half of Northwest QuarterHec and Alao. alienee, Then. they hi-nrd Jim '. '
I )r'A | York or at the office of the Hoard of Bond ear unde."Qu.r uth. berboulder ut with 1)'II't
aaaeaaed I I'hl I
; AUGUST 11. Itll. 4. Tp H. S R 2i E. 240 acre, .. one gray a yaara old. . t"uNIII
I Truateea In lta.k., Florida, the holderaf ."N.II. ... tolls. the .ISV rest V.t. "I(ulrry, I lorry, !
P. Cauthen. .
.,01 Bradford County Telegraph published elect. also on. bay home II yes. old.
}weekly at Starke. .'1... for Oetoher 1. 191(1.IB ( Certificate No JB 6 embraces See 4, the Tp.Weal R, S.Hall Kit f,,'I i I All bide ahall be la writing aealed, and unconditional I he :" baa scar or bruise on heck without requiring "I'm no relieved to tlfiil there 11""' Then Hill( cume In, C'IUMIII the kitcl.cnqltur. .

tale af Florida! County of Bradford sat of Northweat Quarter..H Unknown.UoleaR | and may be for all the honda now tb cattle to b hunted or fathered In Hint Bradley himlneHN,' grinning? ii nil I they all grinned1buck.
Befora me. a votary public In and for the E. 80 aaaeaR redeemed(I offered. or any part thereof not lees than but Bold ,b,.n... Inylblll .lt "
[atate and county aforeaald. personally ap. said certlflcataa hall b and accompanied. by a 10. M. JOHNS.J. to Murlon'a tolertinf ear. 1 .
ld.
1,00000. IVIJE COl
IpawnHi E. S M.tt........ who. having been dulylaworn. according, to law of tax... dead will. A. 1.. th.on ;I fled cheek It..10.1 b cent of the par value ofi . FUTCH. fiixatal Maater.Complainant knew It couldn't be. You and I'bl Anyway Hill wanted to aw that
'
23rd day p
and that the Solicitor.
accordinit to law denoaea say the bid for 1.1..1.0 .
and aaa.1 I thll 1 ... turkey.
Witncaa otticlal bnd luake such a good looking
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH., STARKE. FLORIDA FRIDAY JANUARY 80, 1920.
I PAGE FOUR -
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JOHNSON. I
I I I that ball been loaned out. The government ., t1'ut'ia nr.'nd'1'1TrlI. a stir
'f Bradford County TelegraphPublished has not proven itself a.signal I a. a wedge to bit approval," said )Ie- t 1 fiafeguarder. I( It spwrln! .. br affidavit appended to the

I, success as a manager of railways, |[ liana, suiting action to word by mak. Here is an advertisement of an aE- Ibill i I tiled: In the above slated therein cause that Dells
Johnson, the defendant named U .
laving gotten "into a hole" for over |! tog a raid on her choicest preserves.With ' tovmtly mannish vest lined with pan I I non-renlilmt of the State of Florida, and hs
Weekly, and entered as ....eend lalf billion dollars besides rent care she packed the Jar, de! cn uo'. but even if we can't find | la a resident, of Charlotte State of North Ctiw'ollna.
a ,
:I alloW'j tftne de Is we over the age of twenty-one yean it uI
what
al out In pcnu cygue
pout-office Mellrma
,' class matter at the and a* with the letter, signed I ilirrrforo ordered that said non-mldt-nt...
iiii Starke.. Florida. teriorate. I| Crosby" her mother's name, and ad.dressed I suppose! we vnnimrd iignlntf puttingon l fvndant be and Is hrivtir required to ar ...a i
.. N-24. our wife's !I.\ uil"tnke. by looking ''to the bill of complaint filed in said cat
had not the i !It, too to '
-- been much worse
=- "'== lave 'or btfore Monday, the 1st day of MarrI ''
Editor and Ownrr railway companies known that the> I Io'ould [ "Mellaaa. you're an old 'fool but, ai I' J Ji for th- drawntf '- -Columbus: (OJ '. 1920. othvrvise the alleitatluns of ss
N K. S. MATTHEWS, ,). confessed by said ,, ,
their properties: bark tee aiiiyltijr, ; goes 'no foul like an old "uruu will be taken as defer
soon get It la further ordered that this order b. .
again which made them exert them- toed! Ho r.uyliiff.he bolted the door,I 1 I i 'I Untied once II week for five eonnvcutive win w
The news is l being heralded fur ant1. II elves to keep up repairs Uf much as I put out the lamp bunked the kltcbf'DI I ORUtK fOR PUBLICATION the Bradford County Tclexraph. a nee ,..
I' In laId and
county
published state
wide, in big headlines, of greut increases they were able fire and mounted the stairs to her cory In Circuit Court State of Florid Elrhth tier This January 28. 1920.
.
in the cost of clothing in the bedroom. ;;;. Judicial Circuit, Bradford County, in Chmn.T7

I spring. You arc urged to rush out i I The great raise in transportation !j I The next day I Hen man of all work, "'<: "< :.. (SEALI Clerk W. T.Circuit WEEKS Gout
I I took | > / A. JOHNSON,
prices since the government I 1-- -- W .
'his thereby creating a still fie IA. S CREWS
and buy now, carried br letter and package to town, Complainant.V. I l
and the unsatisfactory for Complainant. "
Solicitor
and aiding in raisingthe I :harge of the roads, | 13061STERNBERG'S -
greater scarcity the and for a wk Melissa was all near to
price to yourself and others. Thor I service, have shown public no nerves an a healthy, woman cnn be. Careless

''j 1 '", .. who know the true conditions declare that the railway companies all and were there Then came a letter from N: -24, t"x rI'8"1" ,
l'
after
such
great ogres
.
that most of our present shortage of
I toward the log hi* desire that MtllBna Crosby With Money
better
will be a feeling
goods is artificially created for the express The raise in of come on Oct. I, to Boston, where' he'I
roads henceforth. pay I
.
purpose of allowing the profi would her lie signed himself
niert
careless with actual
almost all the workers during Few men are
Woolen Jobbers
rob the "
terra to public.
:I are said to be making a clear ment control, the heavy cost 1I'0vern-1 Tnlthfully Melissaias yours N24. in of cash, but many men do not stop ,
To nay< t mate
profit of five dollars per yard on mans material, and the run dpwn condition to think that the checks and notes
excitement would little describe her
t grades of women's dress goodll.IJ .- of their properties will make it impos- | perturbation. "Now, MelUg, what ha"11 they give out represent money and
$ I sible for the railway companies to gi' :i that fraudulent alteration of
I Plant City Courier. let yourself In for Probably he's, a Store
you
ahead unbar they are allowed to raise j ji Cut Price i
!i I The I'I 70 years old and feeble. No, he Mln'tbe check may mean a serious loss.-
: of the i the transportation rat! big Mlp
been mad ]
r Mention having this and willnu feeble, else he couldn't come to Protect yourself by using paper'
: pars recognize are i iI j
Christmas announcement of several "
Boston she argued! as her laugh filled that betrays alteration-
and betwcei
I that they should do so, I i
the effect that
state newspapers to I
I
a the

I ,\ 'fi 1 subscription noticed rates would that several go up, it i iM ;'ably: now and pass, :March laws for 1 congress the benefit will of prob-tht She'role room. again to N-24, telling! him I! A few specials for the coming week II :
now being newspapers ;,
e' 'roads directions. Therailwa'fI to come to the V.V.. C. A., Boston,
Hi different
| We tell :
ad- Paper. can you more
have allio advanced their
j on Oct. 1. and ask for her Then followed -
verYiFing rates.' It was only to be exported I will endeavor to lessen expcnses I'i the busiest two weeks of 1eIIMRII'I ( about it and show you how we I II

and the wonder is thnt the advances as much as possible by giving can protect your cash, your checks,
!< life. In the midst of packing value price $4.98
SILK SKIRTS $10 our
each train
more cars to crew, I
procurj j drafts and
were root made a year or two preparatory to closing the house Hester notes, receipts.

1. ago. Hvcry; detail bf publifihtng a ing heavier for ample motive side power tracks and were providing such- I i and tier husband unexpectedly, returned. I GEORGETTE CREPE WAISTS, $10 value, our

newspaper is more 'extcnsi\e; than it 'I' ; Political Announcements
,
h was a few years ago and some of the aiu lacking ...... "Oh 1\1111111', we're In awful trou- 11 I II price $6.98
many things that are essential are two- rIIAI'TIST ble," mild Heater TAX COLLECTORI

4 hundred per' cent higher. The advance I "This Is the place to cone, then I hereby announce myself a candidate furl WOOL BLANKETS, $10 value, our price $6.98
'f the office of Tax Collector of Bradford Countyulijtct .
in Rubrcription price for the weekly !
Sunday, school 10 a. m. Hester. 'VIat'lI'ron, /{? to the tnncratic primary. to "be heli '
g newspapers rained is not more than "You know we were planning to buy June 8. 1020. 1 premise If elected to give the
-, Morning worship, 11 o'clock. office, my time and the people my services others to mention
., fifty cents a year, bringing some from And too numerous
the HI Brown bad the ..
rain place .
papers
B. Y. I' U., Junior and Senior: 6:30p. : My time a an officer stands an open book \',
$I a year to $1.50 and others from already to sign, when Hiram got for the InBpection of the eople of thia county ,
s M $1.50 to $2. It is easily worth the m. and 1 ask you all for your ""1'1"'''. Reaix-ct- '
Evening worship, 7:30 o'clock. one of bin! tantrums on, and refused to fully .ubm kd. II. M. 1>0\\'LISG.J .
highest amount for any resident of a Mid-week and business 7:30 sell. Now we ain't got any place tel Millinery at half priceA
_ county to have his county newspaper; prayer take this method of announcing to the citIsens -
p. m., Wednesday.At to. of Bradford County that 1 am a candidate -
the information contained in a single two services of the church Sun "The Lord will provide," read Me- for the office of county tax .,collector subject full line of Work Shoes for men and
1, issue will often save him many dol- to the will of the voters at the coming
t day school and Mid-week prayer, every llsxa from an old sampler hanging ovei democratic primary election to be held June
lars.
i j I Times-Union. one attending is asked to bring a the kitchen door. "You surely came 8, IWJiO and respectfully refer you to my rec.ord women .
collector the
J'r Ha deputy tax put aeaaon
Bible. to the right place, Hester; you can My' prom.. to the peopl. la thin If you "Warner's Rust Proof Corsets "
"How Uncle Sam's girl detectives The rent my farm." elect me I will faithfully discharge the dutiesof We carry ,
first recommendations of the the office to the beat of ability, with
help former service men. Some of the my
"But I don't understand, Melisey""Course courteous all. 1 will better made
Sunday school committee ore to be prompt treatment to appreciate none
r difficult problems met and solved in you don't, ao I'll tell. you, your vote. E. W. HAYES.
submitted
the bureau of war risk insurance," is for your vote Sunday morning Fm going to Nantucket for a spell, 1 wish to lay to the voter of Bradford county You can get your Dress Pattern here, so

the title of a pamphlet that has just BLANCHARD and will be only too glad to rent the that I am a candidate for the office of Tax

't' i reached our desk. The fact that it is D. LAW Pastor., farm t If you and John will take IL" Collector at the and coming I respectfully primary, Jun.solicit Bth.Renneetfnlly. your. support why worry

01 the only government publication we After a discussion of terms and conditions J. E. DOUGLASS. and look
have ever seen that possessed any Call around over
STILLS ARE BEING DESTROYEDIt the matter was satisfactorily FOR COUNTY JUDGE
humor and because it
was printed on
I .settled and In a week Melissa was' on I am a. candidate for county judge of Brad
4 1"s4\ a mimeograph, leads us to believe that i is reported that nearly 300 illicit her way to Boston. October 1' found: ford county and hereby announce my candidaoy We can Please
rn it was gotten out by some clover clerk In the coming primary Jun. 8. mo
Il j p stills have been found and destroyedin Nat the desk of the T W. C. A, Having lived In the county all of my life and
I' when the bosses weren't' looking. The4'k South Carolina, Mississippi, Geor- Inquiring for Miss Crosby. 'She's sitting served It In a public way for several years I
writer describes the trouble the girls feel that I can efficiently perform the dutiesof
.'' of the gia, Alabama and Florida. Monday's In that telephone room over said oil..,.. I solicit the support of al
establishment have in solving there the attendant told him. H I democratic voters and If elected promise faith.
alone showed --- ---- -
report stills --
forty-seven -- ---- -- -----
the riddles' arising from carelessly fill and conscientious ...,,1.... B. A. GREEN.
destroyed in the Gulf district, with crossed the ball, then stopped suddenly
written letters and I
"' , to get. them twenty-five men arrested and two automobiles , bnt not before Melissa's glance had! FOR REPRESENTATIVE-CROUP TWO
} straightened out on the card index. .
confiscated. fallen on him I hereby announce myself a candidate in SEEDSeed
( I.I', The habit of American writers to abbreviate Group Two for nomination for the office of
r' ), words less "Lay the about the 'neath "Ned Ooflln, what are yon doing Representative In the Legislature from Brad-
causes no trouble jest julep
here?' ford County Florida subject to the action of CucumberWe
Tomato
Beans
Fg It I'):' h>,> than the foreign names and expressions. the chestnut tree at last, Ned took In the situation at once the Democratic Primary to be held June Sth
e The reader is For there's but one kind of moonshine 1KJO. I respectfully solicit the support of ALL
provoked to i "So you. Melissa, are Miss Crosby; ? Jam Democratic voters and If elected, promise for immediate all the and
\ !r', mirth while reading this pamphlet and the 'older days are p/tst, N-24, Mellssy. So you're going t. faithful and conscientious .,,"'Ie... can supply shipment leading

\IIJ and it lasts all the way through to the The water wagon rumbles throughthe be my housekeeper EVERETT M. JOHNSHastings' standard varieties of all kinds of seed for planting in our state.
.: ',1 end likewise he idea I Southland its
of
r ; gets an the on trip; A hot flash stained her cheeks. .

'I t, r ,great work the government is doing And it helps no one to drop off to pickup "Now, Mellssy she scolded herself Seed Corn, Watermelon Seed Cantaloupe Seed,

for the insured men, and how carefully the driver's whip; "don't be silly" 1920 *
_ _ it is For the mint beds *
I 'll done. now are pastures, "Guess I am, Ned." Seed PotatoesOur
and the corkscrew Seed Catalog FreeIt's
hangeth high; He chuckled The chuckle Increased t
There is All is still along the still-side 1 1920 and will be mailed
o a new army of heroes in ; and the until It become a hearty laugh ready now. One hundred handsomely spring catalogue is ready

t France now. It is the farmers, who South is going dry" "What are you laughing at Ned- illustrated pages with brilliant free of charge on request. It contains information of value

{ are working incessantly to convert the why do you look so wise?" cover In natural colors. It Is both

i'' former battlefieldsinto productive Dale t houwtoLA "I ....'thinking 'bout ad, Melissa. beautiful and helpful, and all that Is for Florida Truckers and planters.
uny
acres again. Wint entanglements single gruu-ful thought turned necessary to get It l 18 a postal card

: e have to be removed, debris, to be buried -I heavenward Is the most perfect pruyan. "What. about It?" The writing, of r'qul'sl.'ou a well worth will find while our peed, 1920 book.catalogue Now is the time to place order for all seeds...you can't afford -

l C'" made, unexploded innocuous bombs, shell and holes grenades and i1.esatng.(. the ad had quite gone from her mem Hastings' Seeds are Bold direct by to wait for seed when the proper season arrives to plant. ;
< j mall. You will never find them on
r t' trenches to be filled up. Many spotsof ory."A Bale In the mores. We have
6. $ with hequoted. Borne AMBER
housekeeper
prospects, CANE ORANGE TEXAS ,
\' ground are ruined for agriculture, five hundred thousand customers who
'11 either poisoned by the gases from buy from us by mall. We please andsattefy RIBBON CANE MILLET PEANUTS. t
,1 bombs or because the surface soil has A HOUSEKEEPERBy She raised her eyes to meet his her them and we can please and ;

id bnen destroyed and only the sterile I'hpt'karow1nc pinker.en" pinker in satisfy you In 1920. HOG GOOBERS TEOSINTE. RAPE
he said In lowered tone: "Mellss, how Planting: Hastings Seeds In your t
subsoil remains.
That
"it i mighty lever, about the I garden or In fields insures EGYPTIAN WHEAT SUDAN
I 1 co-operntion has GRACE E. RILEY. prospect materializing before .j your "goodluck" ,

}tAS .. the farmers,,and with proved each necessary others help to Melissa's we leave Boston?" I 1 I mined PO by far the as seed results planted.can be For deter1 30. CRASS RHODES GRASS, SEED q
gurgling laugh was cut
I \both ingoing; hl' -work and in buy years Hastings' Seeds have been the I'll bpf
vy (o), Uy0 tor UoClure Newspaper Myndloate.)' short Ned Coffin SWEET POTATOES COTTONSEED
as
reading ,
I < ncquIeHcenre .
.,'h ing farm implements, they get along standard of Bred exrellonce! and purity
well enough. As ' oon, as a. field is Hester HI)mi started the trouble) In her eyes followed the In the South. Only varieties VELVET BEANS OATS RYE, i;
Hester hud lived with Melfexa for lead of man since time Immemorial. I adapted. 1o the South are listed Quality
'ft' ready for planting it is Thesepeople 14"t
: sown,
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lost all they had and have fucod years, Now slie was married and M (! I of the bent and prices often lens COW PEAS. 1i
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than those at home Write
UMNH you pay i !j
Willi left alone I I
frar and starvation for -five yours; for free of thin splendid catalogue
copy Write for and list also call t
immediately <
but in their newborn security and "I believe I'm lonesome, Melissa now. H. G. HASTINGS CO., catalogue price l''

1 hope they are doing: their, utmost to Burgled to herself. Gurgled describes Seedsmen, Atlanta, Ga.-Advt.) on us for any special information you may desire regarding f
,
Her
It seemed
conversation always
retrieve what they lost. And the world
's; looks at them with a smile of apprpv.til on Ihe'ra&'lred edge of a lauifh. | your crop. f !,

Fifteen year. before, the heart ofj
and a wish for their KUCCPHS.
II Ned Collln, Melissa's. sweetheart since --: E. A. MARTIN SEED CO- t

,', BETTER THAN STRIKING her childhood days, had been capturedby Oldest established seed house in Florida. #i
a summer bounder-a pretty girl

i'i. Fes. The sober second thought has struck and gay, who, when urged by Ned;' Reasons 202.206 E. BAY ST. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 41

had given up her school In Itoston and
the railway brotherhood. They have t Phones 4277.1230
come to the conclusion that, the "vi married him In lute September. | you should use ;t'
.t' cious circle" cannot be destroyed Their wedding day gave birth to Card the woman's

striking for higher.: pay, when the I'ri.1 Melissa's gurgling 1 laugh, a disguise foilher tonic, 'for your troubles, ?

;, ace of all goods are immediately boost. aching heart ; and to all Intents\ have been shown In nsJ sasaea saaasv sosasas'asa s s7 5 I
,wea, and purpuHes Melissa had bought a, thousands of letters from
+ -od higher as noon us a strike is won
v .t-. by them. Perhaps they have also I farm In New York state, where, with actual, users who of speak this medicine from i SEND US THAT ORDER & 1

found that buckingpublic her couvlti Hester Itlynn, she lutd lived
opinion
personal experience II L -- ------- -.i t
brings no pleasant results and tbat and had gained a name for herself, the results obtained by !g '
I the I. W. W. teachings are had modicine. both for her excellent; cooking and for other women for so WHEN YOU NEED ANYTHING IN R :

i '. The brotherhoods will not press her fine friendliness to the world la years have been so unit {

'I, their demands, for higher pay at present general."Yea. ; formly Cardul good,trial not ] Office Furniture and Supplies [!2 ,t
but will try I'm lonesome," she< reiterated.. 1 give a t
a co-operative plan Iv 7 |j Commercial and Fancy Stationery 1
for buying food stuffs from tho furrners I 'IlI'n woman get to ltylng| her TakeCARDUI

H direct, and are negotiating with I self slip'd better look elsewhere for an Just opened new line StetSons Printing, Lithographing, Engraving \

"" several farmers/ unions to this effect.This outlet for her, thoughts" and, lightingthe for Books-All Kinds

u I.llIlIl'aOllot help being successful lump she settled down to devour I Spring In ] Artists' Material

ii.; as the railway men trade with the her farm pnpi-r. K\erything! from the PEARL
Athletic
farmers virtually at the luttcr's homes president's Illness to the want ads foil' BROWN ] Goods

And the buyer will be so numerous under her appraising eye. Then UQ 1 Kodak

Y" that the trade will Constant, so that ejaculation escaped fr
tr the farmers for Someone In Nantucket wanted a house- BLACK
can prepare the demands -
r,. The shopmen will probably kIIt'r.o1h.'d love to answer It She Mary J. Irvin, of | The H. &W. B. Drew Company

join the train men in this experiment. was a good cook, und was alone In the at 1' Cullen, Va., writes

'a The steel. workers' strike has been world. What was to prevent She "About II years ago, I j 45-49 WBay Street Jacksonville

settled and the coal miners' nearly no rend again : $8.00Also suffered untold misery WE WILL
'-i It Is likely that since the railway men "A widower on Nantucket Island has with female trouble,bear ] TAKE PLEASURE IN ANSWERING:' YOUR INQUIRIES

are going to try a better remedy than a place for a housekeeper; with prospects. splendid values In light & tng-down pains, head 25e SZS7S7S7SS7S7S7S7S7SC7 S'' "' e SrSasaG75757r,7r,7S r7saS7ry

r strikes to lower the cost of living: other Address N-24 Farmers' Home" Hats made I' ache, numbness ,1
bodies of workers will follow their "Seems like writing to a white postor weight ba Miller would go for three weeks

example. The rounding: up and deportation some tonally inhuman thing Maybe \ Alliars at $4.00. $5.00, $6.00 almost bent double . .
of the trouble makers will he's I tint sort. \\'t"I1.'t"11 ""'0.
) My husband went to Dr.
GENERAL
''y also have a beneficial\ effect. Little by IMPORTED MARTINELLIS for Cardul . INSURANCE

little peace and plenty will again come at After taking: about two
Seed Potatoes HAROLD
to this land. bottles I began going C. WALL

$7.00Alvarez around and when I
THE UA1I.KOAI.S Save two dollar per Back. Car of took
Rod B1I81 and Rose Four Seed Potatoes three bottles 1 could do STARKE, FLORIDAFIRE

tI, The railroads will be returned to due about Feb 10th. Puy $1,00 & GrahamThe an my work" E-80 LIFE BONDS

N'' their owners on March 1, in the same :bag: deposit, balance on delivery.. X.B. AUTOMOBILE

;j shape as a book is generally returned )l' Hull. '' 1312t.I'iII Dependable Store

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Seed potatoes at Hull's. l-31-2t. the funeral of the late David Wills. -_ s0h. J" r' 111J 1Jir ut

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Hon. I. W Pinholster. of lirooker. Miss! Zelma I. .. '
Cason of Island Grove, rdvtis ltlra ; rs+a'N
'was in town Thursday.Mrs. and :Miss Francis Tarver, of Ocala, A f9l

were the week-end guests of Mrs J.
J. M. Alvarez is pending the C. Poppell.
week with friends in Jacksonville.

j Frank Davis, of Lake City, has entered I
flannelette Jimonaspedal: ( the sixth (Truckof the Starke"1,

price, 98c and $1..J8, at Slump's. 'school, and is making his home with I

ht! > sister, :Mrs. G. C. Sweat.
Seed potatoes. Buy from car and I II

save money N. B. ]Hull. .l-ilO-at.: I The ladies of the Methodist church I

are urgently! requested to meet Thursday
A, B. Surrc-ncy, of Broker, had business I Ffb. 5th, at four o'clock at the

in Starke Tuesday. I church. Business of importance to

transact. y $! rk
Mrs. N. T. niteh'iRi 'd friends in .R

-. Jacksonville. last week. Bring me your chickens. 1'uy cat.li
J. F. Kickliter.

A daughter was born to Mr. and > I!I

Mrs. S. L Peek Friday. January 23. Ladies and Children's Hats at, I

Greatly; Reduced Stump'sMr.
pi l''s. I
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Special prices! on all our Winter

Goods. Stump's.) II I and Mrs. R. II. Bnrbour and

'children of Jacksonville, spent the I
T A. Brinson is having some repairs I week-end with Mrs Harbour's mother ,
'. done to his residence on North Mrs. Angie Sternbuig. I
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1 Walnut street.Messrs. :\.

Ilub-My-Tism is a powerful antiseptic r r s r r 1,
' D. W. and B. F. Hazen and I ; it kills the poison caused from Infected .

c- Henry Brown, of Brooker, were in cuts cures old I sores, totter, '

4' ||,j town Monday,

Mrs. Adaline Baisdcn and daughters, sse'

'A ,+,;,.j I.'a County member Herbert Dank of C. the Hitch staff, of of Raiford the Bradford is now W.Misses Osceola Baitiden Addie county have and this Rose been,week and in ,Whittier Mrs.visiting W. GAIETY THEATRE, FEB. 6 TWO SHOWS s :o a I s.ao AvI; ; :; ; i D'13: 0 & I I"TilE


b 'I:>- John Baisden and family. -- N.
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E. E. Stacey, of Jacksonville, was -
c fin Starke Monday looking after his Ladies Coat Suits and Coats I I EYES OF THE WOIU.n"j idcnt's letter to the house way and

farm interests. $10.00 and at Stump's.J. means committee without comment
up Readers of Harold Bell Wright's I'and the (committee deferred ronsideia-

greatest novel "The Eyes of the Lion of it until tomorrow when it will 1I
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C. R. Ensey, of Jacksonville, was in E. Douglass a well known citizenof "
World will be interested in the fact : have COME VISIT us
I a further conference with treasury
Starke the of last in Starke '
| latter part week the Guilford section was that it has been translated into a mag-: : officials regarding the loans and
ti
after his interests. entered his '
[looking Tuesday. Mr. Douglass
niflcent motion picture of nine reels! the financial situation generally. No
announcement for tax collector in the
The new production is to be shown in
indication ,
shown when
t was the committee -
666 has proven it will cure Malaria Telegraph and is the third candidatefor Starke for I I
the first time at the Gaiety would
act finally on the request << -
!> Chills and Fever Bilious Fever Colds that office so far. '
Theatre Friday F'b. 6th., 616830.: : of Mr. Glass that the credits bo!
and LaGrlppe.-1-9-S-12. .. Learn why people like .
Few .to" of the times offer greater scope authorized. so many '
Men's and Young Men's Suits, for such a work. In the matter of aeenlc beauty ,
the San I this bank. There's
Bernardino the locale.of
mountaina. something
Red Bliss and Rose 4 seed potatoes $25.00 to $50.00 at Stump's.Starke .
ao much of the romance could not but In-
Messrs. Harold Wall
>from car at less than present cost. N. eplre the producer. A. for .characterisation i and George more to bank service here than

|B. Hull. a 1302t. has been feasting on the ten- the portrayal seton of have the wonderful widely dlMimltar npportunllle.eharacterawho in. the i ;
derest and best flavored cabbage ever figure In "The Eye of the World" Sun-day merely an aid to financial trans

Mrs. Alma McMillan and Miss Mildred brought: to this market. They were There .. the huml- \\lt. nratlallicd rogue Mr. I I ..
Tame, wrecked by hi. own ..e...*... a nltlabl MKS. D. E.: KNIGHT ENTERTAINS: actions. I'" .
Strode were visitors to Jacksonville grown by Albert Bronke. Rev L. W apnliirr. for manhood atill ...... to maintain ,
Thursday. Kickliter as usual this time of the do the pace that kill." but phyiiclally unable In W. C. T. U. THIS AITEKNOON i.1
ao. There ia the young and vnluptuoua
year, has supplied the market with wife of Talne. a .Iren pulfohed in manner and Here have personal service I
Best grade Outing Flannel- crisp and mild green onions. sinister In pure,,... who Intrlirum to entrap thu Mrs. i D. E. Knight will entertain informally you
artlt in her
young imwhee. Ihera I I. Conrad
"' the Woman's Christian Temperance' from officers always ready to
Special price 25c a yard. Stump's LeCranire. the cynical story writer who con-
Col. I). M. Gornto well known attorney Ira,.. that he "tiaunta the inlf>lli>etual ..Iau"h.tI' Union, visiting members and
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|x Messrs. N. Sternbcrg A. H. Johns and public man of Jacksonville, but In wluwe heart atlll burn many of lass |.those who wish to unite with this or-
', (and Roscoe McLane were in Clay spent Sunday in Starke with Mr and kindly aentlmenta I of hla earlier I daya. There :lathe I' tronir.atlon at this time, this afternoon There's always a friendly
artfat. Aaron
j county fishing Wednesday. Mrs W. J. Epperson. Mrs. Gornto is f.m.young, who la on the point King of dehaalnir amhitioua hi. for I.. 'I II at 3.30( o'clock. There will be no business welcome
Mrs. Epperson's sister and has been rote for an guy way to auoceta and herotnfa eehlning meeting except, the payment of I II every time you rome.
marl for P
666 quickly relieves Colds and La. her guest for some time. Col. Gornto James Kuttmire.t a diwifrnmir hull-nockixl woman.art ..rll" ''I dues, and the following interesting t

al [ Grippe, Constipation, Biliousness, loss formerly lived in Starke and was met "IN.rn. bred and n>a/rd In an ntmopli that. program will be enjoyed, I : "'
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d ? Appetite and Headaches. 19312. with warm greetings: on every hand dotw virgin not rhurmii tolerate of rarity a wet of thounht.young "girl covets of the the I 1 Instrumental ( Selected)-MissCas-l I Come visit us. Feel the congenial

mountains. who fri'lllm their lieauty. purity sic White. | atmosphere. Note the helpful e' a
You will soon need strawberry tick- We are felling out our line of and .....n..lh. Th. girl Sybil Andre*. uncon.aclfKia Instrumental Duet) -Mrs. J. F. Ca.I'
of the liancf (b", .. that
with
| ets. Have them printed at this office Ladies' and Children's Heavy ".."Iture." whose kiinf>eence threatens tin to meal nuke nova and Miss An tin ('.an"vl1. attitude We think our bank Is a .
her an easy prey f,>r the libertine until a men.acinir HI'luJII1A'-M. K.: Mniklcy Johns.
' i in time, and you will not have to wait. Coats at special prices. Come crisis and \ter dormant proti-ctive in- good bank for you.
o' Voice' Mr. Ilium'luinl I.uw.
and see them. Stump's.The p-tinet arouHea hrr to a alrenirth unknown tit -
r ''r4 The W. C. T. \J. will meet at the heiKelf. Myra Wllla ' the of
/Methodist church next Monday afternoon man who can invent scentless the act aea of a jealoue humaiity wife dlnnmirvd, and carrying for life her by Miss! Anna Ciinova and Mr., Hurry Ca-
Perfume near through a tariK..d web of strange eventfl. .
1 3 o'clock. Regular business moonshine will make a fortune. tmvB.Orchestra
John Willard the ..'.nvl... flrat boy In thn
I meeting for February and mask the booze as you will fluah and Impulse of Chic human anlmnl.a Inter Selections'; Itlanchurd) BANK OF STARKETHE
the scent of the moonshine will cling the hunted ..criminal won for rash dad committed law, Hairy. (C'linnvu lions Law, llol- t

Canton Flannel, special price to you still.Just to .prlKon In behalf encapea of and a HiitnHoii wands uiter.through. In ant the lis Knight, Anna ('s nova, aerompnnl|> t
" 20c yard at Stump minimum growth Bran liiklry, the funiitranKer I/inlieU'' Tl'io-- -III('M'IlIn"1I A. Z. Ad- : GROWING DANK
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a hardy ru.,1 and fearlixuj .|.1"01.m'n kin Mrs. A. E.: Wall Miss !Doris Law
arrived-A splendid line of manhood in lu |.vlHtine frtdnm from E.S. Matthews Pros Ceo. C. White Cashier
the enervntlnar sort of inodi> ennui life tiiTompunist. Mrs. I I'crrymun. ,
Messrs. L. A. Davis, J. T. Quigley, of Men's Ladies' and Children's" rn .
Lee ,
H*>e the Chlniwe manservant ki>eli, devoted
L. J. Wynn and L. L. King motored to Pumps Shoes, Oxfords, all st\len merry contribute couch to the iraldv ---- -- I,
81 Jacksonville Monday on a business in 1'atent, Hun Metal and Vlci of the ....." --.n element alt too rare In photoplay
4 *. Many of the minor. character nf
1 ' trip. Kid. Stump's.INCOME "1'he Rye' of the World" holy i mot remarkable pleture .if eimtemiiorary life .1
, I and U cirtainly well worth *.".1..... STRAWBERRY PLANTS FOR SALE 1
Mrs. W. H. Taylor has a curiosity : TAX DEPUTIES
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n I in the way of a chicken with three Missionary and Klondyke, $4611) per 1,000; 40 other varieties to select from
is legs. The extra Jl'gill joined to one Collector of Internal Revenue James varieties of Garden; Seeds., J, F. including the grout new berry"IiOItSIY": Now if you want something ,

F of the others but sticks straight out M. Cathcart is planning to have a deputy I Kickliter. '- true |I.. name and snirietriirig" good place. your order with Hull. Ills plantsare

like a handle. collector in every county seat and ONE cern CASH A WORD IN AI.rna VANf ascIi'K IHHUK. grown extensively in all parts of your state mid have been for the pnxt

in as many of the other towns as possible !MORE CHANGES: : IN: WILSON'S: Ariertlemenla lnrted unilrr this head 12 years Send your order to the" Strawberry !Plant Specialist., Agent

We have a lot of Bargains in for the income tax drive Just I CABINETTwo : : '" Ear wit an he* lnertlnn paid In advance aceepted for"No advertUemenl lea lIen tl wanted" for this district, J KIIhFIillI/ : | | > HALL, HIIO/l/S/lALI'/ /'; / MD.

t Ladies Silk Velveteen and Serge commencing Income-tax paying people '>

Dresses, $15.00 to $22.50. Look will assist the collector by seeingthe more changes: in President Wil FOR SALE-A one horse wagon and rnilTILIZnnSrSPHAYINfl MATBRIALI -BFItAYKRSD.

them over and be convinced- deputy collector nearest them no son's cabinet were made Wednesdayand hili neMH. II. E.: Knight 1-23-tf ( ) !...... "w.P. tlMMONS.V.......... >D. .. MOMIUII.Jr..s.g>t,..... .
Stump's.The that no person will have to go: very a third is expected in the near future Tha...1....(a........."depend upon thqu.lit and proper blending' of lha fnalaflalaMarina l
of the into It.ennwoaitlon,and the care need In nuniifaetunnaWa ....high (rede a ala- ,
far from his home to see one David Franklin Houston of St. FOR KENT-0-room cottage: ren'fally .-and .uo,..."...raffa harked by mora than Shiny yaere.egal.rr.In their. ...and BMH*. 'r
W. C. T. U. will hold a short deputies before March IBth, which is Ix>uis, Mo., who has born secretaryof located J. I"'. Kickliter. l-1 -tf.FOK ............ Q....."It placed hen and our pficaa are in .line) with quality and aompoaltiom. "

;t business session nl'xtlonday: afternoon the last day. agriculture since the beginning, of WRITE FOR LATEST PRICE LISTS '1.I IR.
4 at the Methodist church, three It is now for those concerned to the Wilson administration wan given / SALE-Ori(! n-gallon milch row O. PAINTUIt FIU.TILIZim COMPANY j

o'clock. watch the papers nearest them for announcement the treasury portfolio, and Edwin: I.. fresh one week. P. S, McMillan, ClU/01'VJLL&/ PLOBmA ,

as to when and where a Meredith of HeR Moines, la., was nurnfd Starke. 1-0-tf.
k' The friends of Mr. G. L. Barnard deputy collector will be during February to succeed him as head of the department II. Tuylor, Sturko.; Klu. I-HO-St; : DIOQIi.7l7tDWU1Ul01@O1lOClID/01sm010101101Df0/ Q7

r" sympathize with him in the loss of his and up to March 15th. If you of agriculture.The FOR JU'NT-Larlo: house with five -- ------ -- -- - -

% mother, who died in Jacksonville Tuesday cannot possibly wait until a deputy is third change In the cabinet expected acres of land, inside city. I"'. I-. "I-'Olt SALE:-Three large mules, will

Jan. 20th. nearest you, then see some other deputy soon is the appointment of a Turner. sell cheap., Ciin; he' seen three; miles WANTEDSCRAP

whenever possible. secretary of interior to succeed "Franklin east, of Highland mi Gainesville: ; nnd
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Men's Overcoats, special price For the first week in February no K. Lane who desires. to retire to FOK/ SALE-Second hand! fourburner Jacksonville rend !.'. I II.) Lung.VVANTEI .

$14.50 at Stump's. 'deputy has been assigned to Stark ; private life. Mr. Lane's successor has oil stove and, two ovr-ris. J. E. 1-111-4t. IRON

I I the nearest for that week being Jno. not yet keen selected and officials generally Futch. 1-9-lf.

Rub-My-Tium is a (treat: pain killer. .1. Ward, Federal Bldg., Gainesville. would l not hazard a guess us to >-fiOO bushels seed pot/itoos METALSRUBBER
It relieves pain and soreness 'From time to time the (locations of the whom it would be. FOR SALE: OR KENT: -Small farm --Porto Rico, Nancy Hull Red J

caused by Rheumatism, Neuralgia: deputies will be given: during February When Secretary lane passes out of about two miles southeast of Sturkn Providence and Norton Yam. Apply -

Sprains, etc.-1-9-3-12. and up to March 15th. the cabinet only four of the presi known as the (J. W. Lie pluce, .1. to T. 1 S.= Williimis/ Stnrke, l-'lu. H
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-f--- E. Futch. 1-9-tf
dent's original family will remain Besides 1-2-Bt. I BONES

Col. A. V. Long and son, Gus, of JOTICvEThere Mr. Houston they are Secretary'; 0
Daniels! labor FOIL/ KENT RtHcey farm I )-2 miles SACKS AND RAGS
Palatka were here Sunday to attend navy; Secretary Wilson, I
I will be ;:cemetery: working at ; and 1'ostmanter General I Hurlw- south of Starke.; new dwelling, hog, LOSTElgin: Watch, rnodiutn size;
fi 'the B. J. Sapj cemetery Friday February son tight fences good lund, good drain-
COLDS breed andSprea11NRUENlA 6th. Everybody invited, and! --.. ago. E.: E.: Stacey; llfi.'i; Luckawanriu :yond negro/: ch'irtli. in Lincoln: .! City. Write o* for price bet
.SuituU" rewind fur return to G. II.fll..tt .
E those interested especially urged: to Irish Potato Seed. J. F. Kickliter's. Ave., Jacksonvillp Kla. 1m2trHilt : :
[ "orne. !MRS. B. J. SAP!'. , ut Jonei" Fin rdwure! SLure.l23.2t. ; 11H\I\' 'stLAIf: Mtm COMIANY

--__--._ PKES.! WILSON APPEALS: SALE Ulacksmith shop well l
KILL THE COLD AT CROSB1.1{ EI FOK FOOD K ELI: El': equipped with machinery and tools - I | Jacksonville:, Florida

ONCE WITH i I with property; ut a bargain. A. K.: WANTED- l-'airn hand or n small hI. d

t*ILL'S (robb>' Lake, Jan. 30.-Tho farmersi Cnngrew* Asked to Grant Credit. of Moitt, Sturke. 1-2.1-tf duHlriouM family to HiuUf a *hui <' ix4Of JCJQIC1CInmWOIIX1DGGJlOOImllXDmCnld" : : )

t i getting: their fields! ready! to plant. $1.10,000,000 for European -.- crop: on one-liorw farm. 0,118..1.. f,I
I W. M Edwards is improving his FOR SALE--Valencia or improved 'line location. Extra: good: huusnx !
CASCARA QUlNIN I farm by setting, pecan trees Washington Jan. 28-Through See. Spanish peanut seed, 15 cents per I mile north New /KIVIT. W. T Cause Clrip and InfluenzaLAXA11v'rp'MoociNINerebetaremoveth. '

I Russell McRae returned home Saturday retary Glass, President Wilson todayrenewed pound, f. o. b. Moore Haven. II. I. Turner. Luke I'titlur/ I-'lit., KoiiUt :So1.1fj.a' : !: .
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I where he visited the appeal to congress to Merriman, Moore Haven Fla. : : i & '"< t 1. "lv\ .tig. >.txtiD. tlufulul,
from Dayton \If "jlO'/. :; r ,." ,... :...
QRMLiL6tsndard Poland
grant credits of $160,000,000 to -23-2t
relatives. alleviate FOR SA).),>,. I. fifteen(
cold remedy for La pug We have Sunday school every Sun- Austria and Armenia to eaiiu' on acre
.rm abut I.ref--.ale! sure no at Kelly scholhouse. conditions, which threaten "moral FOR SALE-Lot fi2xlOi! fet with farm, known ua the S. M. Wells plowed, and ready to plant. f>0 bearing .

i.t.a-bnwka.up tip a cold In a in de"24hourrohne. day afternoon meeting next Sunday night: and material chaos" !in those coun. good! II I room bungalow: and outbuildings fur,II, good nault', new wagon: and pecan trees. A burguiii if taken -

Mgenuln.bolt'I hfailal The Red will Prayer be held at the home of W. E. Lewis. tries. on Call street Stark, opposite harness plows) two riles lilClI. two ,,'I, at once A. L. Oxford Starke.
with Mr a Ull': Secretary Glass presented the pros- Christian .church. Mrs. W. acres "sowed in oats, lust of ground 1.JO-1t.;
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PAGE TWO BRADFORD COUNTY TELBCRAPB STARKE. FLORIDA .. I FRIDAY JANUARY 30. 1920.=

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y I PROHIBITION-LAW:: ENFORCEMENT FARMER BROWN

t'' :: -WHY AND HOW

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.1 1 This paper was written by Col. J. Farmer Brown is busy breaking up
E. Futch, in response to a request land and did not get/ in this week. So
i'" from the 10MIV.. C. T. U., and read we will just tell our little story to the
before a largo audience at the Victory Bradford County Telegraph and it Your Small Car
,
meeting last wetk. will soon have it before all the city Equip
1 have been requested to write a I and farm folks In this and nearby
few words on this subject, and becauseit counties
l is eo big and important only a few Farmer Brown and the Telegraphhas
: .,.. suggestions can be made in the limit. built up our business to just doable .
I ed time allotted to this part of the that of last year. Our roofing With Goodyear TiresIf

f r ; I program Wire Pence and Nails are selling fast
r""" ': First, let us call to mind some of the but we have more coming and a fairly
t I things prohibited Chapter 7888, Laws good stock on hand.
of Florida, makes the following un.I" We have Shoe Lasts, only 75 cents.
n lawful: I Buy one and do your family Shoe Re

Possession of still or still worm. pairing-Save Time and Money.We .
any Maxwell
Chevrolet Dort
; Ford
To repair a still or any still part. have prospects for one or two ,, you own a ,

.t I Possession of mash pr any fermented carloads from Farmers of Seed who Cane.have Seed Let us Cane hear to E5 \ or any othercar using30x3',30x3 1/2..,or31x4-

; liquid. ]) "r inch tires can well take advantage of .
The
Act of Congress provides: Bell.We you
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14 ', 'f I f I That no person shall! manufacture, have Stock Tone-the Worm :
I import Killer in Horses and Hogs. Stock $\e the high relative value built into all Good'
barter
..j i1 flE'll. give away, transport,
Tone is not so-called stock #
t'j' export, deliver, furnish or receive u powder I Tires.
any intoxicating liquors. good for everything, and in the end r year
q t good for nothing/-but it is a Worm
Intoxicating liquor is a beverage i''
( containing more than one-half of one Expeller and will\ do all claimed for \ You can well do so because you can secure

j: I per cent of alcohol. it. See us-we are agents for it. in the small Tires the results of
We are getting lots of mail and \ Goodyear
Possession of intoxicating liquor is orders for International liar 'i I\
phone
I prima facie evidence of a violation] of vesting Co's. Supplies, and they have such skill and care as have made GoodyearTires
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the law. prompt attention.Ilon't the preferred equipment on the high
Any house, boat, vehicle or other forget the Dixie, Brinley and
f place where liquor is manufactured or Avery Cricket Plows, and repairswe est-priced automobiles of the day.
told it a nuisance.Vehicles have them.

J forfeited! transporting liquor may be WP have ordered several thousand You can well do so because these small Good.
dollars worth of new stock we hopeto
E f Soliciting orders for liquor or giving get in by next week. year Tires are easy to obtain, being produced aII
; information as to how liquor may And you don't want to forget the I II'
$t tip 4, ,taified, is unlawful. I at the rate of 20,000 a day, and because

+ Why Should. the Law he Enforced? their first low lower than
is
I i No neccmiBty! law is self executing.Ko I _u Ih II cost usually as or

t long an men arc selfish, covetous I> that of other tires in the same types and sizes.
or vicious, any restraining law will be ,

t violated.be violated Any would law be that useless.would never III Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station J

Just as long a. money can be made Dealer for these tires, and for Goodyear '
by making and selling! intoxicating "
1 I a r liquors, the law will be ignored/ and Heavy Tourist Tubes. He supplies many '
ri broken criminals. But as
i by some i'' other local of small
law enforcement becomes more and owners cars. 1
4 more strict the violations will grow n
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i fewer and fewer and be confined to ,
''k the most desperate characters.
4J
C It is extremely bad policy to enacta J
t law and then fail to enforce it. It !
I breeds contempt and disrespect<< of ally

q law.How "..' ....'.' -=.-
Can the Law be Enforced = ,1
By Federal officers.
I I' !! By state, county, district and municipal !

officers.
i I I.. By the aid of every law-abiding SO*3 Vi Goodyear DoubleCure00 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube are thick, strong tubes that 1
I and loyal citizen of this country. Fabric All-Weather Tread__. \J- reinforce casings ,,"' a good casing with a
A:. By Federal officers.-It is unnecessary cheap tube Goodyear Meaty.Tourist Tubes coot little more .
to say much about this elementof 3Ox3'/2 Goodyear Single-Cure $165 than tubes of I less merit. 30. 3'/ size in uw(.r. $OQO "
law enforcement. We may safely Dalion Talking/ Machines. We are Fabric, Anti-Skid Tread JL /- proof bag J"ives. ,
showing several cuts of them this
assume that as a rule capable and
week and we will show others next
suitable will be for
appointed
i. men week. Come in, see and hear them.
t such places. Let us not overlook the
This is the place to come to signup
a
fact that no matter how efficient! they
for the National Guards The boys
may be their number will be too small
I are still coming and we want one hun
to cope with this great: task without p OUYA
dred-Only have to get fifteen more.
aid.By Remember the place-Capt. DeWitt C.
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state, county, district and municipal JONES HARDWARE STORE.
officers..-These should cooperatewith
the Federal officers and by working .
/ in harmony with them more satisfactory .
results may be obtained by p
r all of theme
By the aid of every law-abiding "An Instrument :\
%t. f !,nd. loyal citizen of thin country.- -Not a Machine
It 'M bach citizen:: should] do nil that he cano "This will acknowledge] your
j.\\ to help create a healthy and vigor- Olson Thomas visited his sister, letter of January 14th, which I
'-!{ ous public sentiment! in favor of enforcing Mrs. W. M. Thomas, of Raiford, Saturday reference to passenger station
in good faith every provisionof Starke."I .
I k the laws against the manufacture Mr. and Mrs. Angus Bielling, of am instructing/: agent to .J
4, r I and traffic in intoxicating/ liquors. Lake City, visited the latter's parents vide necessary fires at that "
When such a public sentiment is active Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Rimes, last when needed." j i
II ;,' and militant, the illicit distillers and ISI week. If the commissioners rule No.
bootleggeia will become very scarce, rh4. Dr. Seeber King, of Lake Butler, section 2, requiring railroad i i'I
I.f for as the hazard of conviction increases .II Wi was a professional visitor here Thursday to provide fires in waiting '
., fewer men will take the risk. whenever fires are necessary for' 'I 'I
(I Even in public sentiment! really f"v.t' J. S. Brown was a business visitor comfort of the traveling public, is '
,'f t'! :1 laws decided success cannot be attained : ''t ' Some of the young people of this com- sioners will be glad to have you :
i
1 .. i unless upright, fearless and loyal I I i munity attended the party at Mr. and them. I 4
eMs '. officials are elected. If the sheriff or y\ if Mrs. Lon Russell, of Bland Friday Yours very truly
I. county judge at heart be opposed to vening. LEWIS G. THOMPSON, I\ j .1i 1
the enforcement of this law, a change 51 Friday afternoon the patrons of Mil. '(' '
;. must be hud before success can bi all1 ler school held a meeting which prom. ---- r. ,
I, I sured g lees. to be of great import to the community NEAR EAST RELIEF: i
I This year all our officers. are to bechosen The object of the meeting I :
1 ) and we must be vigilant or wall to make arrangements to meet To County Superintendents; and ]
the enemy will elect some man to office the requirements of the school law in I Principals:
". who will cripple the work, until Plays All RecordsDO regard standardizing\ our school. It would l be superfluous for me
+ t-1 wo can get: rid of him. Let every Great interest was manifested by t-v- detail to you the horrors of the
I friend of law enforcement examine cry one present. A school improvement ing/ Armenians The Near East j
' YUu I i mule
wai < your
carefully the list of candidates beforehe : .choirs; ,rt.I'r,want o"ba held association was organized/ with lief, organized with sanction of
casts his vote next June. record down to m.the. ..r.firu.aiic',.........),l>,,eln.Hurnentthe.ollr.m..1 Juit one I. C PeeplcB as president, and J. S. gress for the purpose of I I
Having elected the best men we .........to you thocotiu.lula rung* ol ALL* Brown secretary. Another meeting these people, hag state
d\ could get for our officers is not a full make them cf rucordo.bolter bocnuiw Lmllon. plttya"it I.mn ALL.ndplays ....lru- will be held this afternoon to get everything at 504 Clark building, Jack
and, complete discharge!: of our duty. ..1 tnant oflntarprotation/ a mechanical / in working order. Arrangements /: under the direction of Dr. B. M. I
i i 1 Unless the officials have the hearty y.uoLCorn..and tieer your fivodte.elrrttoha were also made for continuing It is not only the duty, but it ] )
co-operation and active assistance ofa I T'ftdarad ..j ou n-v..1 card them bafor.. the school for another month making be the privilege of every kindly I
great many private citizens it will efe a six months term. I posed person to try to assist in
I be very difficult for them to enforce FennlrnnreR('Rule"fh _.-.---- venting: starvation among these bas'j
the law, or any law. h HEATED WAITING ROOM led! speople] ; therefore,
Public sentiment is quite strong: f I hereby set apart Friday, Feb.
against murder, arson burglary and VIII Make Watchful Waiting: Lens' Un 1920 as Near East Relief School]
t like Crimea. I think there are very NQ.er comfortableThe and request that the county
few citizens in this county that would HOLD tendents and school principals 4 4I
A fail to report to the proper officer one BYDoWITT C. JONES:: recent demand made by the I operate in the observance of this I ) ?
of his neighbors if he had good reason! HARDWARESTARKE town council ''''at the waiting: room at The principal] of each school is I )'
to believe such person had killed someone :; FLORID he depot be heated when the temperature to prepare a program of at least
I biirnt'd a house or broken a safe demands it, was not made in vain, ([hour bearing upon this subject, to :'
r and taken money from it. Naturally MILLER all will\] be seen by the letter from the closed) with an offering from the ] I
1 he would report such crimes. The I railroad commission printed below. dren.
laws against intoxicating liquors were Miller, Jan. 30-H. G. Crawford was Those who have to wait for hours for :I I trust that the county :
enacted by the highest lawmakingpowers a business visitor to Lake Butler Sat. the belated northbound morning train dents will see that the schools are I
I in this great nation, and why l!urday. and the southbound night train in cold titled of this day.
y4 should nut any one report a violation I Supt. E. R. Poppell, of Starke, visited weather, will especially feel thankfulto Wm. N. SHEATS,
of them just as he would report any our school last week.N. Alderman J. F. Colley, who introduced I State
t t other crime or circumstance that warrants II. Stokes\ was a visitor to Starke the resolution] The ]letter fol. .
suspicion of crime? Indeed it Monday. lows: ,I Habitual Constipation Cured
\ is a duty resting upon each one of us. Carl Brown and Earle Peeples, of Tallahassee, Fla., i In 14 to 21 Day 'I
We may ignore it and refuse to perform Lake Butler \spent the week-end with January 21, 1920. "LAX-FOS WITH PEPSIN" U a IIJ> '
it, but no power on earth can their parents. lItr. C. A. Futch. City Clerk prepared Syrup Tonlt>Laxative for
relieve us of that responsibility. The Rev J. T. Barnes was a visitor to Starke Fla.Var I I Constipation. It relieves promptly
mere fact that we are citizens of the I Lake Butler Saturday. Sir: : should be taken regularly for 14 to 21
United States casts the J. L. Brown, while his to induce regular action. It Stimulates
upon us duty I riding horse Referring to resolution] of the city Regulates Very Pleasant to Take.
:' {' .e of supporting the constitution, hon I Friday morning/:, had his arm brokenby council of Starke. adopted at its regular per bottle. ,
ale. oring its flag and obeying/ its lawlI'l his horse falling on him. meeting on January 7th, with -- i
This prohibition is a part of the D. .Clyatt made a business trip to reference to negligence on the part of i WAR BIBLIOGRAPHY i iI ,
-' stitution of the United States and Lake Butler Fridov. the Seaboard Air Line Railway in not i i i <-
how can we support the constitution if Miss Lottie Stokes primary tcaih-
I properly heating waiting: rooms in the I' A general bibliography of the
we willfully refuse to aid in securingd : t'r.Opent\ the week-end with her parents depot at Starke. The commissioners war may be procured by
,1t the prosecution and conviction of any near Lake Butler. are In receipt of the following letter the general extension division of
h; and all persons who violate its provisions Mrs. II. C. Peoples has returned from Mr. L. B. Burns, Superinten University of Florida, Gainesville .1 I

? theme after visiting friends and rela- dent: In this bibliography an effort )
The books .
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;VJBa&j; i FRIDAY. JANUARY 30, 1920. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH, STARK FLORIDA PAGE TURE*:

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<.x, -- -- --- -====-=- - ----- --- 1- of Solicitor Chancey and a raiding Mary Borum is suffering with fever -

at Tampa, doubtless saved J. this week ConvalecentsBuild
I party .
:'i News of Florida in Short Paragraphs. ; i Starr of Geneva Neb., from parting Holland Chastain is ill\ at hit home mum Rlgr.tof.Way.Thine I lie entirely! KHtlnfae-

III., ___... ..,.-- with (25,000 to a bunch of wiretappersto with pneumonia. tory until JIOIIIH! i inn U Invented by

whom he had just given a check James I'e. the baby son of Dr. and Up OnPeptoMangan which doth the iiuttiiMond the ptdea-

[Livewwse Sta te News] !H HExchanges I for that amount drawn on a bank located Mrs. W. II. Lee, is ill\ at this writing. trlan rnn pave the htofoy! at the

in his home town. As the resultof Mrs J. E. Barker returned to her same time.COFFINS.

A the visit of the raiders Starr is sav- home in St. Augustine Saturday afternoon -

''' Told by Our I edhis loss, four men are in jail, $5.000 after a pleasant visit of a week

in money has been captured as evidence with Rev S. S. Proctor and family INCREASES' :SUPPLY OF. KIC1I CASKETS I TI'

.- ---' and a large amount of paraphernalia and W. C. Townsend and family. Kii Itl.OOI> ItKSIOHKS:!
And full line of
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bt'lnlheld.. Another check for
is 1 1) \\'. 1'inholFter and fan, Lester, STKKMJTII. AND \'Iaml'II'SIl.l':01
..-'Facilities for airplane flight from I As an evidence of the scarcity of $25,000 drawn on a Poughkeepsie/ N. of Bmok'rI'e business visitors toLake Un :ertakers' Supplies

I Key West are now permanently esUhlished. paper, the Tampa Times is using newsprint Y. bank and signed D. C. Monter, also Automobile llrar.e.Always .
Butler Sunday.
[ with both edges burned. They was seized. This latter check is KKCOMMKND; IT o.
I had a lot of paper in the recent fire in said to have been given by one of the Claude Odom, of Jacksonville, spent, on hand. The best 1*(..-

The I'alatka high school now has an Tampa and are compelled\ to use all men under arrest as a member the several' days with his parents, :Mr. and SOU) IN LIQUID' AND TAIU.ET vice lit the lowest pnrefc. SpecialMention

enrollment of 575 pupils, the largest that will\) go through the press, or lio'' gang/ :, and that he had "toled" the Nebraska Mrs. F. P. Odom last week. I'Hnl-Thft NAME! "GHIH- u> telegraph orders. f f
I )IVWitt McGill. Jesse and Walter TIIK GIIIDK. 7Y) GKMT1NKPKITOMANGAN.
| In the history of the school. without. I farmer into the game by posing
I as his friend and telling: him where Cpbb visited friends in Jacksonville Registered Embalmer
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't fled. The boat was seized and turn. Sponges brought: into Key West by he could "make a wad of easy money."" Friday. ,

god over to the sheriff and he sold the two boats were sold for $2,792, aver : -- MiKsm: Veda K. Smith, Thelma Schell\ A serious. illness such as influenzaor UeWITT C. JONES -

fish to a company in St. Petersburg, aging; nearly $7 a bunch, which is saidto LAKE BUTLER Onie Scarborough and Mona Alderman other infectious disease alway Starke. Fla.

h netting the state 123985. be an unusually high price They Henrietta Padgett and Mrs. G. W. Alderman \leaves, the body with low vitality, lurk _. -.

were of the wool sponge: variety and Lake Butler, Jan. 30.-H. L. Sprinkle visited Jacksonville Monday of strength and impoverished blood.

The city health officer of Jackson. I, of splendid commercial value. The is visiting his family this week. evening!' to hear the noted pianist playat lude'g IVpto-Manpan! aids convalescents Piles Cured In 6 to 1 4 Days

.Mlle is preparing to make warfare on sponges were secured in the lakes Keeper Duncan visited his parents the Duval theatre i to a quirk recovery, for itcreates lMtreiasr.dund money If PAZO OINTMENT hill.
nand I'rotrudiiK t'ilr
Itching. Jli-mllnil
,rate in the interests of health and among the keys. tact week Lake Butler Chapter No. 40 met In'' a generous supply of rich red lns.ntl renews Itrhinti, PilfH.or nnil you ran ..tnwilul

[savings.As Jim Molt, of Worthington: was in regular: session Tuesday afternoon at blood[ and restored the body to its nor- : >|p p cite tli ers mwik'alaa.: : Pricu, t. .

Sheriff Van Pelt, of Escambia county Lake Butler transacting business. 4 o'clock. Mrs A. C. Strickland W. M., I mal, healthy condition.

the result of a quarrel Friday who was recently removed from Dr. A. S. York spent Friday night presiding That's why physicians recommendlYptoManiran "DIAMOND DYE" OLD

I afternoon between Lawrence Lowe office by Gov. Catts, has instituted and Saturday with Dr. J. 1-:. Maines C. I F. Rivers and family spent Sunday : for they know that it

(and Fred Strickland, near Herlong, proceedings in the state supreme and family. with Mrs Charles Edwards and imparts to the blood the material so GARMENTS LIKE NEW

( Strickland was killed. court to require acting Sheriff Whit- Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Mann visited the family of Worthington. I sorely needed by weak, run down system Any woman can dye faded, shabby

k'' taker, appointed by the governor, to orphans home in Jacksonville Satur Mrs. H. L. Sprinkle and son, ,. wearing' apparel, whether wool. silk, cotton

The ninety-first annual session of show= by what right he Is holding the day, adopting two children and bring spent! the weekend' in Starke.Mr. Ih.nr"j Pale, sallow, thin eauily-cxhauxted linen or mixed: goods to any color, '

the I Grand Lodge, Free and Accepted office of sheriff. Van Pelt charges in ing them home with them. !Smith has accepted a position men and women find that IVptoMunK /taut lake new, by following: simple directions "

r 1 Masons met in Jacksonville last week the proceedings/ that he was suspended Allen Green and Albert Surrehcy, of in the Lake Butler Bank. Igan I build them up wonderfully Anew In each package) of "Diamond Dyes ;

% r\for three days. from office without warrant of law. Rrooker, were transacting: business in Louellu the little daughter of Mr. supply of rich red blood is ere - I

j town Monday. and Mrs C. F. Rivers, is ill. uted which in turn imparts the glow .No \Vornu 11 u li.nlthy Child tAll

,I It has been reported that oil was One of the moat impressive scenes Truby Pinholster, of Brooker, wasa -- I of health to the (cheeks increimes thl'IIPIIl.titl' clillilrt'ii IrouhliMl with worms have an unhealthy
witnessed in Stuart for years was the GltAIIAM:! the color which Intliratot poor liloud. unit aniln a
the entire
found in Calhoun county at a depth of visitor here Saturday eye sparkle,
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baptizing in the St. Lucie river Monday them In morn or ICM ,( conch llaturtianra.
468 l feet. The quantity was small and The little friends of Arthur Rosen system takes a new lease on life .KOVK'S; : TAS1 U.KSS chill: IONIC given regularly I '
f the company decided to continue bor. morning of two Seminoles Indians berg celebrated his eighth/ birthday Graham Jan. .MO.:::Uncle Math McKinney IVpto-Mftntrnn I in obtainable i in l liquid forlwoor thrra wwk will rnrlrh the hl,".... Improve .1

s'ings: to 2,000 feet. They were Jim Cover and Missie TIger at his home Tuesday, Jan. 20th. Many of Luke Butler! was a business or tablet form, whichever proves tile dlilPMlon, end aft as a Ortmral Strvnillh- 'f'
mini Nature will thiuIhruMToffor
both of whom live at Indiantown. Talki(0thewhuleayeleln.
games were played and delicious refreshments visitor here Wednesday I I most convenient (lioth forms Iossellli dlN|"elth0wo.niB.and th..("hllrl wilt .h*
The death of Z. C. Chambliss\ of They were baptized by Rev. A. F. served Rev. Gucrney, of Mounteocha, linn ;i Identical medicinal qualities. In inrfoct" health. 1'lnuaut. (o laka. BUo! wr bank

I Ocala, occurred last Friday. He was Goat and July Fife and Rev. Albert Leroy Mizelle spent the weekendat moved in the Fngan cottage! I| There is but one genuine 1'epto- - yn
I and Stake acting as deacons. with friends. Mantfan and that is ..Gucl..'." Auk
well known throughout the state Worthington County Agent Traxler was a visi- e e

his influence for the state's development The Woman's Club will meet Monday tor to the school\ Friday afternoon. your druggist, for "0ud,.' and look
The dead body of a newly born white I I I .. You Do More Work, v
Judo's" the .
name on package.If
B. Roberts R.
was great. afternoon at 3 o'clock\ and every Messrs. C. and J. Reynolds
Infant was found in Jacksonville in a business it in not there, it is not 1'epto-Man. You are more ambitious and you get. tnoroenjoyment
member is requested to be on time. Di. were visitors to Sump-I l I .. .
suitcase out of everything when
abandoned in coach your
1051 acres of watermelons will be a day o' rectly after the meeting! : of the club\ son Wednesday.Mr. I I I Kan.-Adv. blood U In flood condition. Impurities in
train
of the F.
33 G. S. & Conductor
planted around Williston thIs year, at 4 o'clock, the university extension \ and Mrs. O. W. ()yal were nhop- he blood have a very depressing effort. on
this number being obtained from a Swann who took charge/ of the trainin clans will meet in the Club rooms. The ping in SUrke Wednesday.Roy !I the system causing weakness, laziness

list of growers compiled by the Wil Macon, says he noticed the suitcase class will be led by Prof. Roberts and Kalc-h, of Hampton, was hereon nervousness. and Hickneiu.UROVU'S .
In the day coach. When the train
)liston Progress.The arrived the men and women of the town and business Thursday. TASTELESS Chill TONIC
in Jacksonville the suitcase was restores Energy: and Vitality by Purifying
community are requested to be present Mrs. 1.. G.! Barry and children visited DAVISAgency
not removed from the train. It was i and tnrifliinit; the Illood. When you feel
Japanese steamer Tripp a nine' and join. Mrs. S. S. Thomas at Louise Tues <
Its .
taken to the baggage/ room for an investigation 'lIl1lh6nlnll.| | Invlitnratlnit ofToct ere ,
thousand ton vessel cleared Sunday I in the effort of identifyingthe As the flu is scattered near us it behooves day. bow It brings color to the chuck. and how i
from Jacksonville to Japan it being the citizens of Lake Butler to The Christian 1 Endeavor will rendera I Est. 1886 It Improves the appetite you will then .'

the first steamer ever to clear, from I, own'r.Beyond get busy and devise plans to protect miHBionary program/ Sunday night/ , appreciate Its true tonic value. t

Jacksonville direct to the Orient. thin town from the dreaded disease. Feb. 8th I entitled "Where Shall I INSURANCESTARKE OROVIVS TASTIU-RSS Chill TONIC
doubt the South Florida fairto ,
I ._ Mrs. G. W. S. Ware spent Monday (Hang My Shingle Everybody invited i III not a patent iimdlrino, i it In simply
be held in Tampa Feb 16 to 21 inclusive
,
IRON and
QUININE RUNiwndnd Syrup.
with Mrs. Sam Singer. '
to attend, at 7 o'clock.
A Wont Palm Beach woman claims
will be the most successful in So pldHHiint tov..n'children like It. The
the distinction of being the first white every phase yet held in southern Flor. Mr. and Mrs. Anguish Bielling of hire Hyrd of Tampa, i iK visiting relatives bliMKl mwdHQuinine to I'urlrylt and IRON q 4'

woman in the world to have milked a ida. The railroad administration has Providence, motored to' Lake Butler this week to Enrich It. 1'bfBo\ reliable trade |>ropurtloH "

sea cow, which was recently captured granted a rate of one and one-half Saturday. Wo are sorry to report that Jeff never fall to drive out Impurliie In
and placed in a huge/ tank in that city. fares for the round trip from all points II. S. Miller, of Miller, was a ))I.all. Padgett!: is no better at this writing lie blood.\ "
ant caller to town last week.Mr. LillIe Thelnm Barry visited at The Strnntlth-Crriitlnit of GROVE'S; : .
east of the Chattahoochec river tickets
and Mrs C. F. Rivers and baby Louise Saturday. TAS1l.l.r.SS Chill: TONIC baa tiuide K
Florida Cane Juice Syrup, made directly going on sale the day before the open. visited in Gainesville lact week be fuvorlttt Ionic In tlu>iinnndn of hoimm.
from the juice of Florida grown ing and being limited to the day following C. Townsend of the Miss Bernieu Nail, of High Springs, Mom than thirly-llvo ycnnt ago! folks
W.
spent part
sugar cane is the name of the new the close. Fair officials have spent the week-end here with Mrs 0g.) would rids\ II 1 long distance to tnt (.HOV\'S\::
1 syrup now being turned out by the been able to secure a fine array' of past week at Salt Springs/ den. TASTELESS Chill: TONIC when a r

Duval Farm Products Company, of free amusements.The Misses Sarah Hani, of I'alatka, Is Miss Thelnm\ Curry was shopping in member of their family had Malaria or
Jacksonville. the guest of Mrs. H. L. Sprinkle this Gainesville Suturday. OOPTOTHtiAtr nnndod a iMxly-buildlnit, nitlh-ilvini|/ |
tonic '.,The formula I III just tlio name today
week. Mr')'a. Zinker Mills and children spent *
Palmetto ice plant broke the OffOP
-- and ran get| It from any drugstore &
Mrs. Forrest Drawdy and son, Ithet, the week-i'iid' in Brooker with Mrs you
record of its entire history Tuesdayin (Kk bottle. '
1 M. M. Bush brought to Chipley a business prr
of Five Mile, were transacting Watts
of fine specimens of petrified the number of cars iced in one day. CtALCO TINS ONLY -
couple
wood from his place on Econfina. He The plant, which is one of the largest in Lake Butler Saturday after- Mrs. Jessie Jones was a business AT YOUR COCCUS ..... -
in the South, iced one hundred and noon visitor to Smoker Saturday.
there whole logs of stone to -
says are three Mr. Merritt, of New River was in Blox I'arrish, of Sampson, was at
cars on that day surpassing:,
be seen there. One of the specimens
brought in was apparently at one by two earn' its former record of one town Saturday. Graham Saturday MAXWELL HOUSE

time a 16-inch cut from an oak tree. hundred and one can in any one day. Mrs. J. L. Lavender has returned Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones and Mrs.

That day was not only a record day in home after a visit with her parents, Stone motored to Gainesville Wednesday COFFEEASPIRIN

I number of cars iced but it was also a Mr. and Mrs. Merritt, of New River i 1
Another trade route has been opened .
the Jacksonville world port. The big day in numbers of cars rolling. D. W. forum spent the week-end Mri. R. N. Dowling and daughter, e ;
to Corporation Sixty-five cars were shipped loaded with his family. lIe has moved his Ida, of Waldo, visited Mr. and Mrs. i'
Jacksonville Shipping
+ merchant ships from Jacksonville with fruit and vegetables Lettuce. camp cars to White Springs. T. D. Dyal Sunday I FOR COLDS 1 1aW1aFSS 1t
operating: this day's Ehipmenst. Rev. Armstrong filled his appointment Jesse Ogden was a business visitor
Cuba and Central America
to
at Crystal River Sunday. to Louise Thursday evening
NdNB: i
has established sailings to Porto Rico, I
A big sensation was created in Dudley Gillespie has moved his fam. Hiram Wynn has accepted employment ts
Feb 1. Mama "Bayer" Is Genuine I
beginning: Gainesville and over the state whenit ily from Five Mile to Lake Butler and in Jacksonville I on -attrictgli'avch'atte4dointbe \ .

The of rural school inspecI was discovered that Prof. Sims, of they are located on the farm of P. M. Misses Mabel McKlnney and Irene> Aspirin-say Bayer ]Vm naixJcaliul4 etaatlflc

position the department of sociology/ and political Padgett. Thomas, of Louise were shopping here orl4 Itb.s'so'crankab.fta I ;
of Florida at large,
tor for the state of science at the University of Flor- Supt. E. R. Poppell and family, of Wednesday. CII' 4(1&4 center Million ...

t which was recently the subject ida, had written a letter to a ministerin Starke, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Edmondson, of Sampson, was _p ottift overcome Ubte polo \ .&1
in the state
mandamus proceedings/ Africa which spoke of the "hellish Mrs. II. Tomlinson. here on business Monday. elebtlla; cgaatmcttontbatas: 10.

supreme court was finally filled appointed Wednesday American government.: A special Mrs. B. Q. Shaw, of Alachua spent Misses Georgia Edwards, Bernlce tlOllCp01/'e/ [ .gycompanyflat, : l be1orlUCd' .- )

when the governor agent: of the government worked on the week-end> with Mrs. A. C. Strick- Nail and Thelma Curry visited! Fort total
II 4rmstroogEBeautiful
Ua4
W. N. Feagle of High Springs. the case for some time, but it is evi- land and Mrs. C. F. Rivers While Sunday. Q1I: 1e QIIlJ'-, ..maDltlaatIUIjo.Ja.J

building operations has dent that the professor kept within the Mr. and Mrs E. Klonries attended Mrs Will Jones and Bessie Wynn i ; : 'kwavilterl .

Active : Portland cement law. He was forced to resign: his position tho 1'arken-Orfanidy wedding/ Tarpon Spent Sunday afternoon in Brooker.
Dania
i started on the manufacturing plant at the university and intends to Springs/ Wednesday.Miss Ada Thomas of Louise, spent Sunday - -- .. -
and by products :
Dania. The is capitalized I- leave the state. Mildred Roberts delightfully with Mrs. )). Barry. Indict on "Haver Tahlitt of Aspirin"In
company
near ,
only about $500 of entertained a large number of herfriends Willie Price' is on the sick list. a "Uayer package.," containing' propel' Women

at $200,000.00 owned, Broward t Simon Rogers/ brought! into Inverness Friday ('vpllillit her home : Mm. C. B. KuhertB) is in Starke for direction* for Cold, Pain Ilcadnrlip, I
the stock being by Monday one of the strangest!: animals on Dekle fctreet. Several games were a few days Neuralgia* Lumbago, and Ubeuraatinin. I of the Southland

county citizens. : ever caught: in those parts. It played and music enjoyed, and at a !. Frank Abcrnathy left Sunday for Name "'h.yer". mean' genuine for Aapirinpresoribrd ('nliifntiim.. flu.!-"( WUM mifTrrihiC with

I was caught in a steel trap and becauseof late hour the guests: were Invited to Htights where he has accepted br physician' nineteen inwiini wfiiikiicmt wliich ha Sheriff T. W. Johnson of Bonifay, Orange years Handy tin boxes: of 12 tablitacost .
where ambrosia! and ntir'ourt.My
under arrest Sunday afternoon I its peculiar appearance was kept tho dining room I employment.Jemte few ccnta. Aspirin 1 W trade mark ,, tuu'k ,'h",1
"
placed (
nlivc. It resembles fox and several cake were served by Mrs. A. C. Strick
of a Ogden and Misses Georgia; of Bayer Manufacture of Monoso.Noacids.ter nod I bud' novomfmifiH
W. J. Tew. son of the county judge anddisposinA' other animals but is none of them. land after whirh the guests departed Edwards, Bernice Nail and Thelma of talirjrica) | : in sty niilo. I kf
with making '
that county, charged The will probably Its head and body take on the appearance assuring the hostess of the pleasant Curry attended the surprise party at ---- - wits, nmllt'iM umlroiiM
of case
rum. of a fox but it has a thick coat evening enjoyed the homu of Roy Birt at Louise. i f ;. well I wet nut grttutly: sleep|

be tried in Washington/ county. of fur and the tail is more like a dog/ The friends of Mrs. F. G. Schell .f. A. J. M<'Kinney, of Sampson, was' LIFT OFF CORNS 1 III teal! of. hiiljt. fw,
Judge Tew being/ disqualified. -. and is covered with short hair. Some arcp leased to learn that she Is convalescent. a business visitor here Wednesday. f-; -' d arrd'e. l l t<> try I>r.

since animal of similar ,. I'uvoritorn'tMTi
years an appearance ---- ----+----
tioh and I it
CAlOTCHARGE was caught/ in that vicinityand The friends of Mr. and !Mrs. W. :M. SALES: JUMP OVER 500 PER CENT: Was just|" X'iillnflt
A LEOPARD gained considerable renown over Overstreet were made to feel sad last Apply few drops! then lift sore, in nmloriiiK fun: tliculrlt. <.

the country and was' never definitely Wednesday when a telegram reached Dr. William I 101 Ionic Greatly In touchy corns off with ,1, W urn had. like U m nitwit titt, )

classified. them saying their baby son Carlton, Demand for "Flu Treatment tt fi'mut [H'r.-. "
ITS SPOTS had died at his home in Palatka. fingers MKrf. VIVIAN
of Dukes motoredto (;()IM. 311jh:! 8t.
+ Deputy Black of Pensacola proved Henry Popples, While the influenza plague' was raging !"-

himself something of a dcadnhot last Lake Butler Monday morning. in (October 1918, the Hales of Dr. Suffered During Middle Life

the "Liver Tone" Tuesday when he effected the arrest Carl Brown and Earl Peeples spent Williams 101 Tonic jumped over /500( AuKimtu: Ga.. :-""hen I was gut ag thrunil'Mtti
Mr. Dodson, of a colored man, GriffJin by name, the week-end with their parents at per cent. There can be only one reason lilu rny heel th iN'tfun tij' tail I
(; Man, Telli the Treacheryof who was wanted in Alabama for wife Dukes and Miller for such a tremendous increase; iidi-nxl will liui'karluw. piuim in my nisi..
sod I would 1 .have mtvnro nunm In the buckof
CalomeL murder. The negro was employed at Misses Etta and Cora Spires spent and that Is that Dr. Williams 101 TonIc my hand 1 | .and tiwk. I ale! .? bud dimtysixilla
the mill at Muscogee when the deputy Saturday and Sunday with homefolks i II a correct treatment for "Flu," and heat HUHI. | .* sod I I wits tixtrumulyliiTvoun.
approached. Griffin started to run at Midway.Mr. I....... almont a pliyniual .nork
LaGrippe, Chill and Cold cases, as
wit,, I iHtKHD tukiiiK Dr., I'liirou'a r'avuntalrmrn
Calomel loses you a day you know and the deputy opened fire shooting: and Mr. Rema Moran left last well all Malaria and other fevers. Quinine |>tion and it brtiuKht uift thru tins

a what calomel is. Its quick four times and every bullet taking effect week for Palmetto where they will the enemy of disease germs, Is ,'rillnILlIHrl'Hl and restored inn to' bnultli unilatnuiRtli.
silver. Calomel in dangerous. It but inflicted no dangerous wound. make their future home. one of the ingredients of this effective: I think '.'avo,"... I'rom-ripuon'
i crashes into sour bile like dynamite. The negro admitted he was the man Bill Stewart Is able to be out again medicine. Magnesia is another important the bent modicum a wunmn" can take whoa
Calomelattacks It'iliiR. tlmi the nliaiiRii. -M1W. H. C.
I cramping the and bones sickening and should you. never be sought and for which a reward had and is Improving rapidly from a severe chemical contained In tho JhNNINGH"' 127GH llruud Ht.

system. been offered. illness. tonic. It cleanses the liver and bowel Suffered for Months
into
put When your feel bilious, sluggiHh, constipated Edgar!' Knight Is ill at this writing. of accumulated poison Iron, the "
you .
.
months
i .ullnnod several
Atlanta,0.
and all knocked out and believe John Head a one-eyed negro man Rev. S. S. Proctor filled his regular\ rich blood producer, is the third. It I rain woman'* i-'r<>II"'.. I mmlJ not do any

:you seed a dose of dangerous calomel of Archer was run over by a large appointment at Baldwin Sunday. builds up strength, stamina and vitality of my work. Had Imi-kai-lina. and pains in
Lust remember that your druggist sells truck hauling machinery for the Camp Mr. and Mrs. Jack Colion, of New and strength will win againstany my iiulfl, ami was a nnwratflo' wrttnk when IsUrtnd
for a few cents a large bottle of Dod on'. The truck was River were In town Saturday. ; to take !Dr. I'Hiroo'n )0 .yor',", I',..-
Phosphate Company. disease. I
vegetable I'Ut by tIt, lima I !awl taken awn
rnption
l I. entirely
Liver Tone which take and U a perfect heavily loaded and was stopped by the Mrs. Long, of Five Mile, was in 25c and roc; bottles at your drug Doem't bart a bit Drop a little bath I wait iioin|>l"ti'ly curd. of my ailmonta .-

t' and {'Ieallant to calomel. It U guaranteed negro who asked for a ride. His request town Saturday. store. Refuse all attempts to palmoff Frisson on aa aching earn, Inatantlr and WM atmnii tmouith to' do all my
.UbMtltute for Mrs. Dick Davis were visitors that com stops hurting, then you lift own work. Aud sfnntf my .txp >rinre wit'Fsvnnu
and
Mr.
and he
granted jumped up Is Dr.
to .tart your liver without stirring jvt was substitutes. There only one U right: out. Yea, magic l PniwriiJtioii' I nose 1..II.tot toncouinmnd
up inside, and can not .alivat on the running board. In some unknown to town Saturday. Williams 101 Tonic.-Adv_3.TM A tiny totU. of FrmwnM oaU but a it to utlmn whom I lied aulinc.It .
Doo't take calomel! It can not be manner he fell from the truck Tom Parkei and family, of Jackson few eeaU at any drug store, but I I. tuffl- cured mn when Irx-ton had failed. to' cove
r trusted leopard or t and the rear wheel passed over almostthe ville, visited Mr. and Mrs. E. Klondes cleat to remove every hard corn soft we hfllp."-Mltd. CA-SSlt; BAS1yhLL5 .
yTakerrpodeons Lfver Savannah SIt
wild-cat. Ton.sad entire length of his body. He was !last week. Q lahM Thai Den Not AHect The llcatfBtcrnoM era, or corn between the tona, and the .in not
which straighten you right up short time. Dr. J. M. Mann mad a professional of Ita mob matt I..dvs.Recto, LAXA.TIYC ealluana, witboat soreness or irritation.Fred"ln. Dr. Pierce Jo'.yorittriI'11oo
but only lived a a'amirat fur' all tlia limnMliontai arpnoMd
rounnly
I picked
feel tiDe Give it to '1Mchild''o up : bHOMO QUININE (Tal>IMa> can lie tikrabf
.
makes you Monday after- U the sensational diauoveryif the ContaaixJcohol ._
harmless visit to Baker county anyone without | t on wraprwr.
: because it is perfectlynd . .&u .iteastwenWi.** a UaciuutU genius It U wonderful or IJUOU OOlo AH drug 1 _
The prompt appearance on the scene noon. '
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